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Unlocking the Valentine Day Dress Code and Colors Meaning

Pradeep Dharmapalan
By Pradeep Dharmapalan
| 12 Feb 2024 12:14 PM
Unlocking the Valentine Day Dress Code and Colors Meaning

The spell of love is coming as Valentine's week is around the corner, and the lovebirds can't wait to enjoy Valentine's week with their loved ones. Whether travelling to romantic destinations or eating delicious food at favourite restaurants, couples have different ways for Valentine's Day celebrations. Every guy or girl wants to look the best in front of their better half, especially during Valentine's Week. 


Do you know there is a unique Valentine's Day Dress code that you can follow and look absolutely stunning on Valentine's Day? No need to scratch your head if you aren't aware of the dress code colours and their unique meaning, as here you will increase your knowledge on love and Valentine's Day. Keep reading to find the perfect colour for you on the occasion that will leave your partner amazed.

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1. Why Follow the Colour Code?

If you feel that following a colour code on Valentine's is a bit childish, let me remind you that love brings out the inner child in us, so following the colour code makes you more independent and suitable for the location. Plus, different colours have different meanings on Valentine's Day, so if you are wearing a dress and you aren't aware of the meaning of its colour, people can interpret various things. 


Following the colour code and wearing the ideal colour on Valentine's Day can take your fashion game to the next level and show your partner how much you care for them. More than 52% of people celebrate Valentine's Day, and the majority of them follow the dress code. The Valentine's Day dress code 2024 has become the new trend, so if you don't keep up with the trends, you might look outdated.
 

2. What do the Colours mean on Valentine's Day?

Valentine's Day is an expression of love; on this Day, everything you do reflects how much you care for your partner. Your attire, attitude, and respect can do wonders, as they can make your partner love and respect you more. Dress of different colours have different meanings, and here are the Valentine's Day Dress Colour meaning that will help you choose the perfect colour for Valentine's Day 2024:

3. Valentine's Day Dress Code

1.    Red – I'm in Love
As anyone can guess, red is the colour of love and romance. According to the Valentine's Day Dress Code, the person wearing the colour red is in love, and it is two-sided. Feel free to rock the red colour if you are committed to a relationship and are happy in it. You can wear a red dress and couple it with red accessories to look gorgeous.


2.    Pink – Proposal Accepted
Getting a proposal is a beautiful feeling, and if you want to show that you have happily accepted it, wear the gorgeous and adorable pink colour. This Valentine's Day is special for you as you have the perfect partner, so hearty congratulations!


3.    Black – Proposal Rejected
Although the black colour looks classy and elegant, wearing it on Valentine's Day shows that you have rejected the proposal. It is a polite way of rejecting someone's proposal without hurting their sentiments. You can also wear black colour if your proposal got rejected. Not every Day is a good day, but you have to keep moving.


4.    Yellow- I Broke up
Breakup is tough, but it is the perfect option if you have chosen the wrong partner. No one wants to go through a breakup but trust me; it makes you stronger and in more control of your life. If you recently broke up, wear a yellow colour dress and define yourself better. Remember, a breakup is not the end of the world, and your ideal life partner must be waiting for you.


5.    Orange – I'm going to Propose
Are you excited, or should I say nervous, to propose to the love of your life? Well, wearing orange colour can make things easier for you. The bright and prosperous colour means that you are going to purpose, so it gives a clear indication to your partner that you are going to take the big step. All the best!


6.    Blue – I'm free 
Want to show the world that you are free and are accepting proposals? The elegant colour blue indicates that you are accepting love applications. If you aren't looking for any proposals or are committed to a relationship, avoid wearing blue colour on Valentine's Day to save yourself from unnecessary proposals.


7.    Green – I'm Waiting
The lively colour green looks quite refreshing, but on Valentine's Day, you wear this colour to show that you have proposed to someone and haven't got any response. If you don't want to trouble them, you can simply wear green colour and indicate that you are waiting for the proposal. Don't forget good things take time.


8.    White – I'm Engaged
The next colour on the list is White. If you're happily engaged and want to show the world that you are no longer available and are soon getting married, wearing white colour is a great idea. Enjoy Valentine's Day with your fiancé or fiancée without getting troubled or annoyed by anyone. 


9.    Purple or Grey – I'm Not Interested
If you aren't interested in beginning your love life, no worries; everybody can live their life their way. Simply wear purple or grey and indicate to the world that you aren't interested in any proposals. 


10.    Brown – Broken Hearts
Not all love stories end in a fairytale manner. The brown colour depicts a broken heart and if someone broke your heart, no worries; it's part and parcel of life. You can show the world your broken heart by wearing brown, and people will understand what you are going through. 

4. Conclusion

Everyone wants to express their emotions to the world and their partner. The Valentine's Day dress code helps you express your emotions in a unique way and celebrate all stages of love. Once you start following the Valentine's Day dress colour code, there is no going back as you will get closer to your partner and understand their emotions and affection better. 

 

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Author Bio

Pradeep Dharmapalan
Storyteller, Cinema writer
Pradeep Dharmapalan is a traveller since he was toddler, initially with his itinerant parents and then on his own. He has lived in and travelled to several places around the globe. With close to six decades of wandering now under his belt, his journey of discovery and rediscovery continues, as he assiduously pursues his manifold interests.
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