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Lavender Haze



The singer revealed that she first stumbled upon the expression "lavender haze" when watching season 2, episode 12 of period drama series Mad Men.[8][9] She then became intrigued by its meaning and found out about its origin in the 1950s. The singer subsequently saw parallels between the expression and her relationship with British actor Joe Alwyn. Swift explained that the song was specifically inspired by her relationship with Alwyn.[10] To Swift, the title signified an "all-encompassing love glow".[11] After revealing the song title as part of her TikTok series "Midnights Mayhem" on October 7, 2022,[12] she went into further detail explaining the lyrics on her social media:




Lavender Haze



In the psychedelic video,[59][60] Swift rises from her bed, where her lover, portrayed by Laith Ashley, lies asleep. A lavender-hued mist appears from underneath the bed and engulfs the room. The video cuts to Swift on a couch watching a weather channel on television, wearing a purple fur coat. She crawls towards the television through patches of lavender flowers and parts the screen like curtains, revealing koi fish swimming through an outer space featuring stars and bright purple clouds. In the next scene, Swift lies seemingly disrobed in a purple-hued pool. The video intercuts between Swift in the pool and in the lavender before cutting to her at a party with her lover, where they are dancing, engulfed in the lavender mist. The video ends with Swift back in her bedroom. The walls suddenly fall down, revealing the house to be afloat in space, and then leaving her on a cloud surrounded by the floating koi fish.[61]


Find a tea that brews pink in color, then add as much soy milk as your swiftie heart desires. I like milky tea, and the good thing about making this drink at home is that the color dilution and taste are completely up to you. You can get candied lavender sprigs for the top and add lavender syrup for what would surely be a Taylor Swift-approved version.


This is by far the most interesting lavender I've come across. It's floral and beautiful. Definitely a rich, deep version of lavender. It could be the moonflower or musk that helps carry this on a cloud of beauty. You'll smell lavender but it's not a flat one dimensional smell that can be overwhelming. This is lavender elevated. Usually lavender to me is just okay and a regular staple in candles but it's nothing I go crazy for. However, out of 20 something oils from Simbi, Lavender Haze seems to be one of my absolute favorites. Once you smell this concoction, other lavender fragrance oils will never compare.


"It turns out that it's a common phrase used in the '50s where they would just describe being in love, like, you were in the lavender haze," she said in an Oct. 7 Instagram video. "And that meant that you were in that all-encompassing love glow, and I thought that was really beautiful."


You are sure to turn heads wherever you go in this stunning satin midi dress. We are in love with the lavender, pink and mint floral print design. It features a v neckline with a tie detail at the bust, fitted long sleeves and side slit that hits mid thigh. Perfect for your next special occasion, style with heels and minimal accessories for a chic and stylish look.


The text in the TikTok reads, "pov: getting the lavender haze drink with your bff." In the video, Encinas shows two venti "Lavender Haze" Starbucks drinks and a phone playing Swift's music video. The video has been viewed more than 15,000 times, as of February 15.


The drink's pink and purple color was the most fun part of the experience for me. As far as taste goes, the "Lavender Haze" drink had a candy-like flavor. I was disappointed that the drink didn't remind me of the lavender lattes I've had in the past. Instead of floral notes, this tea is heavily dessert-inspired.


Written and directed by Swift as per usual these days, the surrealist, swirling, romantic, '70s fever dream of a music video follows Swift through lush purple pools, hazy living room dance parties, and whimsical fields of lavender in her own house.


Capturing a sense of delicacy, romance, and nostalgia, this shade of lavender complements the lush colors of nature and is a perfect color to mix and match with. Might we suggest the colors Quartz, Ballet or even Dusty Blue to balance out your party? Find the styles that your maids feel most confident in and embrace the trend in a way that naturally captures your wedding aesthetic! With over 60+ colors and so many silhouettes to play around with, you can build out your perfect party! 041b061a72


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