Chinese New Year: Lucky fashionable colors of 2014


Still aiming to know how you can capture luck and success this year? Well, you can try magnetizing good fortune in the Year of the Wooden Horse through your fashion statements.

Elements in the Chinese New Year can magnetize beauty and luck this year, and the right fashion can shield you from the bad aura of the year.

The spirit of the Chinese New Year always advise people how to catch luck and success, and one of the ways to be in luck is through what you wear.

It has been a tradition that never goes out of style, others might doubt, but who knows?

As the saying goes, “There’s no harm in trying.” So why not just go with the flow, try, and be in the roster of practitioners and even believers.

Celebrating Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival, is a centuries-old tradition wherein the Chinese use firecrackers and dragon and lion dances accompanied by loud drums to drive away malicious spirits.

The color Red is considered by the Chinese as their lucky color to attract favorable luck and fortune.

However,, said red is not the only lucky color this year.

It said that the Water and Earth (blue and black) colors of 2013 can still deliver you luck because Water and Earth elements support the Wood in its growth and well-being. Earthly elements are said to bring luck this 2014 as the Year of the Wooden Horse enters.

But if you want the whole year to be ever in your favor, recommends the shades of green and brown to be worn.

Fashion is not just about dress and clothes of course, and every little detail counts and that is where your jewelry take center attention. suggests all sorts of accessories in the green-brown color scheme, such as jewelry, belts, scarfs, etc. To make it even more powerful, you can choose jewellery with natural crystals and stones with the presence of Wood energy, such as green jade, agate, green tourmaline and malachite.

Also good are crystals and stones with the presence of Water element energy – such as turquoise, aquamarine, pearls, kyanite, lapis lazuli and moonstone. Or, go for black colour ones, such as black obsidian, black tourmaline or black onyx,” which are touted as protective stones or shield against negativity.

Following feng shui still has to be proven true, but yet many non-Chinese, including Filipinos, believe and practice these Chinese age-old customs and beliefs.

People have the choice whether to believe it or not, but fortune tellers and tipsters advise that one thing is for sure. There will be no luck, if there is no hard work. PNA


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