Even if you don’t consider yourself an avid gardener, I’ll bet you’ve tried your hand at growing something while in quarantine. And while scallions in a jar are all the rage, why not try nurturing a floral companion to accent your home?
If you’re curious to see what flower we think you should plant next, take our quick quiz below. While you’re at the store picking up those new seeds, don’t forget to bring your SENREVE bag to match. To find out what flower and SENREVE color matches you, just remember your answers that correlate with the results at the bottom of the page.
1. Who is your gardening style icon?
A. Gwyneth Paltrow
B. Oprah Winfrey
C. Reese Witherspoon
D. Jessica Alba
2. What is your favorite color?
A. Blush pink
B. Teal blue
C. Buttercup yellow
D. Lime green
3. What is the first thing you do after a day of gardening?
A. Pour yourself an iced drink
B. Check your phone
C. Take a shower
D. Grab a sandwich
4. Which insect would you rather not encounter?
5. What is your gardening look?
A. Printed Sundress
B. Linen Shirt + Jeans
Did you remember your answers? Match them with the results below to learn more about your next flower to plant and the perfect SENREVE bag color to go with it.
Mostly A’s — Roses
It’s the symbol of love and passion, and one of the most popular flowers to grow. However, roses have a reputation for being high-maintenance, but that shouldn’t repel you. Even though they need regular attention and its thorns can hurt, it’s a challenge you’re willing to take on. So while you wait for them to grow, color-coordinate your bag with your roses via a pop of red like Merlot or Chili.
Coda Belt Bag in Mimosa Chili, $445
Mostly B’s — Peonies
With its lush, full, rounded bloom, peonies embody romance and prosperity, which is probably why it’s the flower of the moment. Luckily, peonies aren’t that fussy to grow and to take care of. So while you wait for them to grow, color-match your bag with your romantic buds via beautiful shades like Wisteria or Fuchsia.
Crossbody in Mimosa Fuchsia, $575
Mostly C’s — Sunflowers
Known for being the “happy” flowers, sunflowers symbolize adoration, loyalty and longevity. It’s a crowd-pleaser and will instantly brighten anyone’s day. It’s also quite easy to grow. So while you wait for them to grow, color-coordinate your bag with your flowers via sunny shades like Lemon or Chiffon.
Midi Maestra in Mimosa Chiffon, $875
Mostly D’s — Lilacs
Being one of the earliest flowers to bloom, lilacs symbolize spring and renewal. They also express confidence when given as a gift. So while you wait for them to grow, color-match your bag with your beautifully-scented flowers via gorgeous shades like Lilac and Lavender.