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Valentine’s Day 2017: Ditch red, try sexy black

Dimapur, Feb 12
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Published on 13 Feb. 2017 12:50 AM IST
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2017 in a sexy and stylish way – switch to black! Black is beautiful and sexy and if you want to treat your lady in a unique way this Valentine’s Day, try a colour other than red and ditch the cliché. How about some cozy time at home? Surprise your lady with black colour as the main theme. Turn these five things into black and you’ll be ready to cast a spell this Valentine’s evening.
As your Valentine enters your cozy abode, let their eye meet some elegant black-coloured cushions, preferably with some mushy love messages imprinted on them.
Serve your love in a glass of wine with some black rasberries for company. A bunch of black grapes along wine will make for a romantic evening. You can also try a small DIY with your wine bottle. Paint the bottle in black matte colour and decoupage with an aged book page from a classic romantic novel.
Fill up the roof of your living room with black balloons. As they rise up to kiss the roof, you can tie white satin ribbons to them. You can use these balloons to play a few naughty games too.
Ditch the regular white or red table accessories and try your hands at black tableware that looks sexy.
Nothing gets better than spending a night beneath the stars with your loved one. Paste some night glowing radium stars on the roof of your bedroom and see the magic unfold. Do not forget to dress up your bed in a black bedsheet too.
As Valentine’s week begins, the pheromones of love have started floating in the air. The first day of the Valentine’s Day 2017 week begins with ‘Rose Day’. So, if you have not already planned a big bouquet of red roses Valentine’s Day flowers for your Valentine, we are here to help you unravel what these different coloured roses mean. Yes, each coloured rose implies something. Pick the one that conveys your absolute mood!
Red Roses: Has been the classic choice of showing ‘Love’. This iconic rose coveys ultimate expression of being in love.
Peach Roses: The gorgeous rose implies modesty.
White Roses: They look gorgeous but signify a heart unacquainted with love.
Purple Roses: True to its colour, purple roses convey enchantment.
Pink Roses: Dark pink roses signify gratitude and appreciation.
Yellow Roses: Have you been giving yellow roses to express friendship? Here’s a reality check! Yellow roses imply infidelity. Oops!
Rainbow Roses: According to the Dutch florist who cultivated these multi-coloured roses are also called happy roses. They look happy and are meant to spread happiness. So if you do not want to confuse between the wide varities of roses available and make your partner feel extremely special, get a bunch of rainbow roses!

 
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