Eng: A Valentine`s Day inspired brunch with the girls can be all pink and sweet. But did you know that not long ago pink was actually for boys and blue for girls? Way back then, there was no specific gender color, but just before the 1920s, pink was supposed to be more appropriate for boys and blue for girls, as pink was the color of life and vitality – blush in the cheeks, and blue symbolised the sky and with that – serenity and sensibility. But this wasn’t even remotely as popular as the “pink is for girls, blue is for boys” that we have today and that was introduced by consumerism.

We may not be all for gender labeling or gender colors, but this pink valentine`s day inspired brunch looks like a modern fantasy with tons of sweets and cute DIYs. What do you think? Yay or nay on the pink?

Ro: Un brunch inspirat de Ziua Sf. Valentin cu fetele poate fi tot roz si dulce. Dar stiat ca nu cu atat de mult timp in urma rozul era pentru baieti, iar albastrul pentru fete. Acum mult timp in urma nu era o clasificare a culorilor pe genuri, dar chiar inainte de 1920 a aparut aceasta sugestie care spunea ca rozul este indicat baietilor – reprezentand viata si vitalitatea – precum roseata in obraji, iar albastru era seren si simplu precum albastrul cerurului. Dar atunci nu era o regula atat de populara ca si cea din zilele noastra cu albastrul pentru baieti si rozul pentru fete care a fost introdusa de consumerism.

Chiar daca nu suntem pro etichetarii pe genuri, acest decor de Valentine`s Day arata ca o fantezie moderna plina de dulciuri si DIY-uri dragute. Ce spuneti, da sau nu rozului?

Love,

Miruna
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