Grey is a personal favourite. So naturally, it gets used in Moksha but a little sparingly. The dye is a little unpredictable so we don’t risk using it very often. But more importantly, we keep it a little elusive. Grey does not have too many variants – just Light Grey and Dark Grey.
Grey is the colour of detachment, neutrality and impartiality.
Grey can be thought of as the colour of compromise – being neither black nor white. The closer Grey gets to black, the more dramatic and mysterious it becomes. The closer it gets to silver or white, the more illuminating and lively it becomes.
The colour Grey is subdued, quiet and reserved. It does not stimulate, energize, rejuvenate or excite but it is conventional, dependable and practical. It is a colour of maturity and responsibility, associated with the Grey hair of old age.
Too much of the colour Grey creates sadness and depression and a tendency to loneliness and isolation. Like the London skies! Get your hands on gorgeous grey batik sarees.