🌴 WHAT WEARING ORANGE + RED SAYS ABOUT YOU?? 🍊 🍅

Welcome back Tiger!!

Whilst watching the sun go down over the horizon in Barbados I’d be hypnotized by all its burning colours – beautiful reds wrapped around deep yellows and heated oranges. Remember the last visit to your Island. How did watching the red sun disappear under the sea make you feel? Connected, moved, aligned? Yeah me too. Hence – Sunset.

What does this colour say about you?   

Expressing how you feel, or the strongest parts of your persona through colour – is a great way of staying connected to who you are choosing to be in this world!

As Sunset has rich tones of reds🍅  and fiery oranges 🍊-  it offers you further styling flexibility. You can use Sunset as an orange or a red accent to complement your outfit.

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Spiritually the colour orange denotes– creativity, productivity and optimism. It translates to the world your warm approachable side. Your active desire to live in abundance,  that you are a little daring and not to shy to join the party.

Spiritually the colour red denotes– Energy, Passion and Wildness. Worn it translates to the world you are, confident, The Boss of You, loving, approachable but not to be fucked with.

You know….unless you…er…wanna be? Yep wearing red will draw you a mate…quick time.

You have been warned!! Lol. Within the new Bathsheba collection, there are 6 styles celebrating Sunset.

GO SHOPPING FOR SUNSETS  

 

Until next time

Shantell.x

P.S

In this post, I talked about how excited I was about being featured in( fellow Barbadian) Natasha Beckles fashion blog- ‘In My Wardrobe Barbados’. Natasha blog highlights the talents of Barbadian designers + brands. O.k, so this interview is an even bigger deal because I made a list of 5 blogs/ podcasts  I would love to feature the new Bathsheba earrings.

Natasha’s blog was number 1 on that list!!!!  I still do the ‘I did it ‘ dance around the studio on this win.  I’d really love your feedback- so go read it!! We talked about Caribbean aesthetic, the invisibility of Caribbean culture within mainstream media and British fashion. Leave a comment there- let her know what you love most about Caribbean Culture, 🌴TUT and ME 🙂
❤️  I appreciate your support!!

 

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