The green color is one of the few that hardly irritates anyone’s eyes. This is not surprising – after all, it is associated with nature and has a calming effect on people. Not surprisingly, green is not uncommon in clothing. Due to the variety and deepness of its shades, green clothes can be worn during all seasons.
Like no other color, green is symbolized with freshness, spring, the beginning of life, and good health.
It is closely associated with the greenery of the Garden of Eden, spring with its characteristic green grass and early foliage, and the mixture of yellow and blue. Any shade of green is a direct meaning of nature and earthly forces. However, the most striking association is associated with natural green: fresh grass, foliage on trees, flower stems, and the color of pine needles.
The color green is a direct embodiment of the beginning of the astronomical year (before the adoption of Christianity, which began in the spring, approximately when the fasting begins). It is not surprising that the priests in the pre-Easter period, as well as in the days of the memory of the monks and the Holy Trinity, put green robes on. And this applies to all Christian denominations.
The green color is formed by the fusion of yellow (symbol of Christ) and blue (symbol of the Holy Spirit), thereby confirming the Lord’s promise: everything happens according to the will of the father through his son Jesus Christ thanks to the work of the Holy Spirit. On many icons, the Saints are depicted in green robes or have elements of emerald-colored clothing. On the one hand, green is a symbol of wealth and financial success (many prosperous countries have green currency). But on the other hand, during rotting and decomposition, green mold is formed, during a shipwreck.
Green is designed to soothe and inspire. In hospitals, white medical gowns have recently been replaced by light green uniforms, which, unlike dirty white ones, do not act so depressingly. Many designers advise decorating the bedroom in blue-green tones in order to sleep well and get enough sleep. A girl in a green dress will seem much calmer and more benevolent than she really is. This is the magic of color! Shades of Green Green also have a variety of shades, cold and warm, ranging from a deep dark green to a delicate mint tone. To summarize, most of the green shades have an admixture of yellow, blue, or white tones.
No other tone of clothing can accentuate your tan better than aqua, and if your eyes have a blue tint, it will make them bright blue. And this does not apply to the whole outfit, but even to a small scarf or topic. Aqua color is in harmony with warm sandy and golden hues. The shade of the needles is very popular both in clothing and in makeup. Resonant juicy colors give a feeling of coolness, and at the same time make the light tone of the face even brighter. Coniferous shades are in harmony with pastel colors: blue, beige, lemon, mint. A pine-colored bag or scarf will perfectly enliven a suit in warm brown tones. An orange dress will look even more cheerful and cheerful with a spruce-colored belt.
The green shade, as close as possible to natural colors, will harmoniously combine with the same natural tones – cornflower blue, orange, lemon, peach, pink, tomato. Brunettes need brighter accompanying colors, blondes can opt for pastel colors.