Color Story | Grown-Up Valentine’s Day Palettes
Leave the bright pink of your elementary school Valentine’s Day cards behind! It’s time to move on to a grown-up take on the traditional color palette. Between pink and purple is a whole world of color that fits right in for your Valentine’s Day celebration. Mix two shades together, pair them with dark colors for an edgy look, or add them to a lighter palette for an ultra-romantic feel. Take a look at the photos above for some inspiration.
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