When it comes to colours, I can honestly say that I explored many of them especially all shades of pink/purple along with rose gold. You could see that through my hair, my home and Instagram Page. So, let’s chat about colours.
but … priorities first: Gin!
When I first came across Boë Gin, I was absolutely in love with the design of the bottle. Very subtle, very girly yet sophisticated bottle shape. Couple weeks ago, we sat with Damien my male friend to taste that specific gin. I have prepared two types of tonics, first was pink lemonade and second traditional white tonic. Just to give a little experimental taste. As soon as I opened the bottle, I smelled the gin and it was a very lovely yet delicate scent of fruits. We tried with pink lemonade (and decided not to swap as it was an absolute winner!)
I have recently gone into adulting stage where I turned to Gin and Prosecco. Everyone I spoke to recently who hit their early 30s seem to turning to gin. Boë Gin is an absolute winner to all gins I have tasted so far. As for Damien who expected a delicate taste as per bottle design, he was positively surprised that this gin had a decent kick. So if you ever see the bottle in shop s- take 2!
So, how to colour your life purple??
Purple colour comes from a family of Purples but there is so many shades of this colour, so if you’re not familiar with it, here are the names of the more popular shades of purple family.
Dark Pastel Purple
French Lilac Medium lavender Magenta
English Lavender Mountbatten Pink
Lavender Purple(web) Old Lavender
Lavender Web Opera
Light pastel purple Pastel Violet
Light Orchid Purple Mountain
Lilac Peri Winkle
‘Purple’ comes from the Old English word purpul but has its roots in Latin purpura but in turn from the Greek ??????? porphura!
Many people confuse Purple and Violet but these are 2 different colours! Issac Newton was the guy behind Violet where purple is achieved by mixing red and blue together. Pure violet cannot be accurately reproduced by the Red-Green-Blue (RGB) colour system, the method used to create colours on a television screen or computer display.
Bold purple colour has been worn by Roman Emperors and magistrates, and later by Roman Catholic bishops. Also this colour is associated with royalty and richness. Often used in Luxury hotel interior spaces. In addition according to psychology of shopping, the colour purple encourages clients to buy more, so this colour is great to use in retail design as well.
So, how to bring colour to you life? Simple 4 tips!
1 Buy purple throw and cushions
2 Stock on Boe Gin 🙂
3 Wear that cute purple jumper
4 Light that Purple candle
Colours evoke moods, and scents can help us relax. Ditch that plain black and white and surround yourself with colour! Boë Colour 🙂