The season of love, romance and friendship is here! There is no better day and better way to celebrate romance than on Valentine's Day. The language of love has been universal but the expression has evolved over the years. The romance in the 90s was simple, unspoken, and innocent but the definition of romance has traversed to animated and communicative in today's time.
Naina (Ashi Singh) from Yeh Un Dino Ki Baat Hai on Sony TV, a love story set in the 90s, believes that while 90s romance had its own charm, but some of those things, still have relevance even today. Naina has put together a little must-have list that she believes will never be out of fashion and can come handy for everyone in love! Here is the quick 5 from Naina's Must-Haves...
The Code Red
Red never goes out of fashion and undoubtedly the colour that comes to everyone's mind when we talk about love. Then how can Valentine's Day be complete without it? All you die-hard romantics out there, it is time to dig into this colour of love and pull out that quintessential red dress to sway your man off his feet. Red is the color of love and it makes me feel really special.
Say it with Flowers
Whether you are planning to give or hoping to receive flowers this Valentine's Day, these delightful and fragrant floral arrangements are sure to put a smile on your Valentine's face. But choosing the right bloom can be tricky as each flower has a different meaning. Choose a flower that clearly heightens your expression of love! Sameer has tried his best to please me by gifting me different flowers.
Let the words do the talking
Conveying your sentiments in a heartfelt letter or word never goes out of vogue. If you have a flair for writing or poetry, just pick up lovely stationery to express yourself creatively. Sometimes it is hard to find the words to tell someone how much you love them but a beautiful card can come handy. Choose the right card that expresses your truest feeling. Sameer made a card for me to make me smile which is one of the most romantic things ever!
The Romantic Number
Customizing the romantic playlist and recording it on an audio cassette was an all-time favourite of the 90s kids. Music brings people together even today. While cassette may have lost its charm, but creating a customized romantic playlist is still the thing! Just put together the music that expresses your feeling, and simply plug and play! Every time I met Sameer, popular romantic songs would play around in my head. It's a beautiful feeling.
Love is in the air
No celebration is complete without Balloons. They have been everyone's favourite across age groups and come in all sizes, shapes, and colours. Back in 90s, people bought balloons to convey fun, love and spread happiness to their loved ones. This holds true even today! Even the very basic celebration can become something amazing and spectacular if you have balloons.
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