KAD by Zodiacs - Scorpios
Scorpio, born between October 23 and November 21, is one of the most captivating signs in astrology. In this short blog, we'll dive into the exciting aspects that make Scorpios truly special while featuring some KAD favs to match.
Scorpio Flower - The Hibiscus
Scorpios are driven by unyielding passion and determination. Their commitment to their goals is inspiring and contagious, teaching us to chase our dreams relentlessly. With their irresistible charisma, Scorpios draw people in effortlessly. They connect on a profound level, leaving an indelible mark wherever they go. Scorpios are fiercely loyal and protective in relationships, offering a deep sense of security to their loved ones. Behind their intensity, they also have a playful, adventurous side.
Sojourner Truth was a prominent abolitionist and women's rights activist in the 19th century. Born into slavery, she gained her freedom and became a powerful speaker against slavery and in support of women's rights, leaving a significant impact on these reform movements.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was an American social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early women's rights movement in the US in mid to late 1800s. Cady Stanton's fight for women's rights also extended beyond the right to vote. She advocated for liberalized divorce laws, reproductive self-determination, and increased legal rights for women.
3. Joni Mitchell
Joni Mitchell is a legendary Canadian singer-songwriter and artist known for her iconic music and poetic lyrics. Her unique blend of folk, rock, and jazz has influenced generations, while her introspective songs have left an indelible mark on the music industry.
4. Georgia O'Keeffe
Georgia O'Keeffe a pioneering American artist, is celebrated for her profound impact on modern art. Known for her iconic, large-scale flower paintings and New Mexico landscapes, she redefined the boundaries of artistic expression and remains a symbol of creative independence and female empowerment. Fun fact; the iconic Kate Austin Designs Georgia Dress is inspired by this Scorpio icon!
5. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is a trailblazing figure in African politics, celebrated as the first female head of state on the continent. As the President of Liberia, she made significant strides in post-conflict reconciliation and economic recovery, earning global recognition for her leadership and commitment to democracy and women's rights.
If all this Scorpio talk is reminding you of someone near and dear, maybe it’s time to write them a letter or send them a gift to show them that you appreciate them!
Here are some things that remind us of dear ol’ Scorpios:
Scorpios are mysterious and intense individuals. They have a magnetic presence and are drawn to deep and rich colours. Shades like fuchsia, deep burgundy, indigo, black, and dark purple reflect their passionate and enigmatic nature. These colours add a sense of allure and depth to their style - in true Scorpio fashion.
The Georgia Dress in Black and White Wavy Stripe draws out the magnetism of a Scorpio while the Sonia Jacket in Fuchsia Cherries and Midnight Camellia captures their intense charm and passion in a fun reversible style. Cause why not!
A fun accessory for a mysterious Scorpio is the Midnight Stripe Donna Scarf that plays with deep and cool tones of indigo. For a home-loving one, this Pink and White Stripe Swan Pillow carries all the elegance!
Everyday is “celebrate someone special” day! But embrace the adventure of having a Scorpio in your life, for the next 30 days (and also forever), in every way possible.