Did you know? Red: Is Never Out of Style

RedRed will never go out of style.  Red is one of the most symbolic colors.  It represents so many powerful things in many different cultures.  From a fashion standpoint, red is the most popular color to use as an accent.  It partners well with mostly every color.   Red captures the attention of all onlookers.  Scientifically, it is one of the most visible colors.  You can’t go unnoticed when wearing red. The deeper meaning behind the symbolism of the color is just as beautiful as the shade itself.
Red can represent love, passion, danger, adventure, excitement, power, and more.  The color is included in 77% of official flags across the world.  This means that 77% of the world has a strong connection to the color simply through this.
Red is a significant color in various Asian cultures.  In China, it is the color of good luck.  It symbolizes good fortune and joy.  Red is the happiest color in Chinese culture.  In Japan, the combination of red and white is used as a symbol of happiness and celebration.  In India and Nepal, red is the color for marriage.  It represents love and happiness, being the main color of wedding ceremonies in these areas.
Red in China

Red is a very significant color in Chinese culture.

The color is very significant in Russian culture as well.  The

Russian word for beautiful is derived from the word for red.  It represents beauty, happiness, and success in this culture.  In Nigeria, red is a special color.  It is worn by chiefs during ceremonies and is considered a symbol of power.  To the Cherokees, red is a symbol of success and triumph.   Overall, many different cultures cherish beautiful meanings behind the color red.

Indian Bride

Brides in India wear the color red during their weddings.

Huayruro Seed Jewelry
This brings us to the culture behind the Huayruro seeds.   They have been a very important part of Peruvian culture for centuries.  The red seeds bring fortune while warding off bad energy.  The stunning red color creates an impact just like the meaning of the Huayruro seeds themselves.   Learn more about the meaningful tale behind the Huayruro seeds by clicking here.
And remember to always carry a little bit of red on YOU.
Till next time;)
Evelyn

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