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Blue Quinceanera Dresses

Blue Quinceanera Dresses

Blue Quinceanera Dresses has been the favorite color of many quinceaneras for many decades of the 21st century. In this twenty-first century the choice of color for quinceaneras is no longer just pink. When we speak of blue, we refer also to all shades of blue. Among the tonality most requested by the quincans in 2016 was the Tiffany. Any tonality has the same meaning.

Blue Quinceanera Dresses have a meaning of Responsibility, Harmony, Sincerity and Tranquility. The quinceaneras born in the winter season usually choose this color, and I think it is no coincidence. They identify with cold, snow, and usually choose winter themes in their decoration. Many other young people usually choose this color by the perception of the sea and sky, give calm and tranquility with a touch of melancholy. Special tones for the quinceañera to the beach and sea style.

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Blue Quinceanera Dresses has been the color chosen by many classic princesses. Remember the Cinderella, in the most classic dressed in blue. And …. Elsa the princess of the new generations? Many princess such as: Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine, Elsa, Ariel, Merida, Alice, Wendy and Bella. All of them have in common the status of Disney Princesses and a color: blue. Historically, the Disney factory has dressed this color to its female protagonists and now we know why.

Leatrice Eseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, explained in the magazine ‘Allure’ that blue is used in cartoons to give security: “You are adding a little empowerment to the character when you wear it in blue. It’s a very subtle way to say ‘Yes, young women, young girls, they can empower themselves too.

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