For many people, Valentine’s Day is a celebration with the ones they love. Since the holiday’s supposed origin in Christian and ancient Roman tradition, and the declaration of February 14 as St. Valentine’s Day by Pope Gelasius in the 5th century, nations all around the world honor Valentine’s Day as a popular day to say, “I Love You.”
Now, with this Infographic from Frederick’s of Hollywood, numerous translations for that heartfelt phrase are right at your fingertips. And if you want to send a message to that special someone without using words, consider the meanings behind several popular Valentine’s Day colors.
Frederick’s of Hollywood has put together a color wheel explaining the hidden meanings behind popular womens lingerie colors for this Valentine’s Day.
Nearly one-quarter of women vary their intimates selection depending on their mood. So of course, check out Fredericks.com to browse their selection of incredibly affectionate Valentine’s Day lingerie.