Traits of Venus in Sagittarius
A relationship must feel like a growth opportunity in order for Venus in Sagittarius to sign on. Can the two of you build something world-changing together? Expand, evolve and learn into your sunset years? If you sense endless possibilities from a merger, you’ll cliff-dive right in—even if you have no tangible proof of concept (and have known each other for like, a week).
Find your Venus Sign
Venus in Sagittarius is the live-out-loud lover
Hope springs eternal for those born with Venus in Sagittarius; you’re a gambler in the game of love. With this lucky sign shielding your heart, you understand that fortune favors the bold. And if it doesn’t work out? Well, you’ll follow the Mae West principle: The best way to get over one (person) is to get under another.
Your single years will certainly be storied with a few tales could make someone blush. With the worldly sign directing your love zones, you’ll have a diverse portfolio of dates and mates. You might even prefer to date cross-culturally. Regardless, your ideal mate will have a global sensibility, and you’ll enjoy traveling together at every opportunity. Laughter is the key to your heart.
A killer sense of humor is more likely to win you over than dashing good looks. What you cannot tolerate, however, is feeling restricted or possessed. A relationship of two, whole individuals is your ideal; not losing your identity in some claustrophobic couple bubble. Some Venus in Sagittarius people might be comfortable in a polyamorous arrangement or a relationship that is open under certain circumstances—e.g., hooking up while traveling solo or kissing other people but not removing clothes. The right partner for you understands that you have a deep need for freedom, which might simply mean giving each other space to explore independent hobbies and intellectual curiosities.
Personal style of Venus in Sagittarius
Venus lends us our fashion sensibilities and your tastes could run to the “bazaar.” Treasures you scoop up along your travels will become favorite pieces in your wardrobe, from hand-embroidered caftans to dazzling saris to breezy guayabera shirts.
Your eclectically decorated home may look a bit like a shamanic tent or a hookah lounge! A couch is optional. You may prefer piles of embroidered pillows for your seating: the perfect perch to check out all your woven tapestries, religious artifacts and cleverly placed vintage suitcases.