What do the colors in Italian clothes mean?
There may be many different, conflicting meanings behind the color choices that Italians make in their clothing. Sometimes, there are cultural or political meanings. These meanings tend to be specific to a locality or a region. So a meaning in one area may not be generalizable to another. But whatever the local or regional interpretation, the colors of green, red, and white are perceived as patriotic affirmations of an Italian national spirit. Indeed, these are the colors of the Italian flag.
The symbolic interpretation of the flag's colors represents the three cardinal virtues: Green = Hope White = Faith Red = Charity
The colors of the Italian flag are green, white and red.
You can't change the colors of your clothes on Club Penguin.
For fashion or to get a feel of designer clothes, I have always worn Italian clothes to be more fashionable. This will give you a designer feel and you'll experience the Italian style as well.
That's a silly question to ask, they are Italian people and whatever they wear becomes Italian clothes because Italy is the origin.
There are various discussions about what the colours mean. My favorite is that the white stands for the snow of the Italian mountains, the green for the hills and plains, and the red for the blood spilt in Italy's wars. For more explanations see the link.
The name of the country is Italy. Italian is the adjective to describe things like an Italian woman, an Italian car, the Italian language. I guess they wear clothes much like other people in the world do. Some would wear expensive fashionable clothes others. If you search for "Italian people" in google images you can see photos of Italian people and the clothes they wear or click on related links below
Italian clothes are mostly long dresses for ladies and they very unique and fashionable and I prefer a particular online store that offers Italian clothes in a reasonable price and the fabric quality is just marvellous.
People wear different clothing in New York, by that I mean they wear very flashy clothing, big logos, flashy colors, very different clothes than you would probably wear in Newfoundland. So my answer is: VERY DIFFERENT TYPES OF CLOTHES WITH BRIGHT COLORS AND BIG LOGOS IF THERE IS ANY ON THE SHIRT. People wear different clothing in New York, by that I mean they wear very flashy clothing, big logos, flashy colors, very different clothes… Read More
Some clothes colors can't be changed, but when your at the SC store, or coin shop, you will see boxes of colors. Click them to change the colors.
The Roman flag is the Italian flag which is a tricolor of red, green and white. There are various interpretations of the meanings of those colors as there are of any other flag's colors. The Roman flag is the Italian flag which is a tricolor of red, green and white. There are various interpretations of the meanings of those colors as there are of any other flag's colors. The Roman flag is the Italian flag… Read More
Vestimenti is an Italian equivalent of 'clothes'. It's a masculine gender noun that's pronounced 'veh-stee-MEHN-tee'. Its form in the singular is 'vestimento'.
But the Flag colors are Red and White then I think that those colors. Thanks.
If you mean royal in the phrase that it used to be the color of rayalty and kings: Red, Bright blue and purple (and ofcourse gold). This is because those colors were hard to get and thus expensive, so paints and clothes in these colors could only be afforded by rich people, thus making them royal.
White, red, and green are the colors of the Italian flag. The colors of the Italian flag do not actually represent anything. The colors were chosen because red and white were the colors of Milan's flag and green was the color of Milanese civic guard's uniform.
FLASHY COLORS AND bright colors! Fun and flirty! :)
italians wear no clothes. they were butnaked
They sell clothes at any petstore, like petsmart.
The colors of the Italian flag are green, white, and red.
The colors of the Italian flag are red, white and green.
An Italian... what, exactly? I'll assume Italian flag - that would be Green-White-Red.
Colori is an Italian equivalent of the English word "colors." The masculine plural noun may be understood literally in regard to visual perception and symbolically in terms of such national emblems as flags. The pronunciation will be "ko-LO-ree" in Pisan Italian.
Vestiti alla moda is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "fashionable clothes." The prepositional phrase translates literally as "clothes in the fashion" in English. The pronunciation will be "vey-STEE-tee AL-la MO-da" in Pisan Italian.
Colors that are white will wash together, dark colors will wash together, and bright colors will wash together.
Because they just wanted those colors
If you mean light as in color, instead of absorbing heat, as dark colors do it actually reflects light from your body. If you mean light as in clothing items it is because you have more air flow circulating throughout you clothes. Ex: shorts, T-Shirts, Tanktops, etc.
Tutti i colori italiani is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "all the Italian colors." Specifically, the masculine adjectivetutti means "all, each, every." The masculine singular definite article i means "the." The masculine noun colori means "colors." The masculine adjectiveitaliani means "Italian." The pronunciation is "TOOT-tee koh-LOH-ree-tah-LYAH-nee."
usually the fabric they're made of, and the ink that colors the clothes.
An Italian clothes company
Yes. Because like water, the light colors reflect the sunlight, but that doesn't mean u won't get sunburn.
they look like American clothes.....pretty much the same
I colori della bandiera italiana is a literal Italian equivalent of the English phrase "the colors of the Italian flag." The pronunciation will be "ee ko-LO-ree DEL-la ban-DYEH-ra EE-ta-LYA-na" in Italian.
the brighter colors reflect the heat better and darker colors asorb more light so you become warmer
Probably not, unless you want your clothes to get stained. Wash blacks in a dark load with only dark colors, and pinks in a light load with brighter colors.
Because they represent the Italian country, I think.
you cant. Some clothes exist in different colors but you can never change it
becauce of light rays
The Italian flag colors are red and white, which are the colors of the Flag of Milan, and green, which was the color of the uniform of the Lombard Legion. Some attributed values to the colors are that the green represents the country's plains and hills, the white represents the snowy Alps, and the red represents the blood spilt in the Italian Independence wars. A more religious interpretation is the the green represents hope, the… Read More
Lavo I vestiti
I colori is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "the colors." Specifically, the masculine plural definite article i means "the." The masculine noun colori means "colors." The pronunciation is "ee koh-LOH-ree."
The Italian national soccer team wears a blue and white uniform.
The answer is Titian
red green and white.
green , white, and red
Stylish Clothes with bright colors and weird patterns
You can't change the color of your clothes. They already have the colors picked out.
what do different colors mean
Egyptian cloths, (Did you mean clothes?) were belived to be white, but because the colors may have faded or darkended we do not completely know. They may also have been brown or tan.