On New Year’s Eve, gold, green, and red are prominent hues that are thought to symbolise fortune, luck, and love. In some nations, wearing a specific hue is believed to bring luck, love, or wealth, while in others, eating certain foods is believed to bring good fortune in the new year.
Each culture has its own theme for ringing in the new year, although traditional colours differ little from one nation to the next.
The colour of underwear worn on New Year’s Eve in Brazil signifies good fortune for the wearer. In addition to being incorporated into the party’s decor, these hues are also worn by those who are invited.
Yellow or gold – yellow or gold indicate wealth and fortune since the colour signifies currency.
White – for those seeking calm and serenity, white is a favourite colour for the new year.
Pink or red — pink or red symbolise love, so on New Year’s Eve, Brazilians who are yearning for love often wear pink or red underwear.
In addition to the most popular hues, purples, greens, blues, and silvers frequently embellish worldwide New Year’s Eve celebrations. Adding blacks and pastels to beautiful gold or silver themes is a common party decoration concept for those who do not want all the bright colours.