Time | Dec 11, 2018 7:39:24The answer is lavender, a colour popularised in Victorian times and most associated with the female body, but which can also be associated with sexual expression and sexuality.
This is why it is so important to consider how lavender clothing is worn, and whether it is appropriate for a particular gender.
The colour lavender is the colour most associated, and most widely used, with women, which is why many women are seen as having a lavender hair colour.
This article focuses on the role of the feminine in the Victorian world, and how it has changed since it was invented in 1776.
This article will explore the history of lavender colour, the influence of the French, and its relationship to modern fashion.
We will also look at how lavenders have been used as a symbol of feminine beauty.
This includes the colour’s use as a form of identification in Victorian society, its association with sexual activity, and the role it has played in the development of modern fashion in the 19th century.