IT'S VIRGO SEASON
It's VIRGO Season
WHAT TO WEAR DURING SEPTEMBER & VIRGO MONTH
NEW MONTH | NEW YOU | NEW SHOES FOR HER
Virgos expect perfection from themselves, and they may project those high standards on the other people in their life. A Virgo hates when someone lets her down, even if it's minor and unavoidable, like a last-minute cancellation. Virgo signs never want to disappoint the people in their lives, so they may spread themselves too thin, putting themselves last.
Virgo signs are inspired by beauty. They consider what they wear to be an extension of their personality. A Virgo prefers an evening with good friends to a huge party, and values downtime just as much as socializing. This sign doesn't need to fill their calendar to be content.
Virgo loves hard, and is always in pursuit of star love the kind where souls, minds, and bodies seamlessly merge. That's why this sign sometimes gets the (unfair) reputation of being too picky...
VIRGO Birthstone is Sapphire, the symbol of truth, longevity, innocence, and good health. Sapphire one of the most coveted gemstones is surrounded by lore and legend. This beautiful deep blue crystal has been adorned since ancient times and symbolizes wisdom, power and faith.
The word “sapphire” comes from the Greek word sappheiros, which is believed to have correlations with lapis lazuli – another gemstone famed for its captivating blue shade. The chakras most closely associated with sapphires are the throat and third eye chakras. These two chakras are both linked to sentiments of divinity, higher powers, truth, communication, and wisdom.
Sapphire protects the wearer from envy and harm. With its stunning blue shades, this gem signifies truth, faithfulness and sincerity, and was worn by priests during the Middle Ages as a talisman against impure thoughts and temptation.
Referred to as the “wisdom stone,” sapphires are known for their positive influence over mental, emotional, and spiritual states of being, boosting intuition and clairvoyance to promote good health. Associated with royalty across many different cultures and incorporated in royal ornaments. One of the most famous royal sapphires in history now sits embedded in the engagement ring of the Duchess of Cambridge, passed down from the late Princess Diana. This gem gives a sense of inner peace and develops a positive attitude in the wearer.