After a Winter season full of Pink, the key shade for spring is another feminine fancy: Rosewater (a cool lilac). Why put off until tomorrow what you can buy today? Here, are our favourite Rosewater pieces that are currently available on our website, meaning you can get Spring/Summer ready even while your toes fall off from frostbite.
Some people are likely to shy away from the trend for fear of looking too girly. Our style adviser' say "the key to wearing Rosewater will be to make it look contemporary and this can be done by teaming it with more structured pieces such as leather skirts or white denim skinny jeans." Rosewater, also has other style benefits such as; Hydrating Tired Skin. This is a wonderful tonic to use to hydrate tired skin and rejuvenate your cells. Rosewater has been used since ancient times and the scent also opens up and heals the heart chakra. To make the rose water is really quite simple, but the key is finding farm-grown, pesticide-free, real smelling roses. Sadly this is not always easy to find. The ones at most grocery stores are not grown naturally and have no scent. Place a heavy glass ramekin into a deep stockpot. Fill the ramekin 3/4 full with water or stones to weigh it down.
Place rose petals or herbs around the exterior of the ramekin in the bottom of the pot and cover with water halfway up the side of the ramekin. Place a shallow soup bowl on top of the ramekin. Bring the water and rose petals to a boil. Lower heat to simmer. Place a stainless steel bowl on top of the stockpot. It should be large enough to seal the pot, but shallow enough so that its bottom is above the top level of the soup bowl.
Fill the top bowl with ice. Simmer the mixture 3 to 4 hours, depending on the amount. As the mixture boils, the heat rises and hits the cold bowl, causing it to condense and drip down into the inner bowl. Replace ice as needed as it melts. There you have it, a trend to occupy your Spring wardrobe and a remedy to freshen your skin cells.