Pink seems to be this season’s hottest color, but even though I would wear pink just about any day, some of us don’t like the “girly” feel pink gives a look. Well, not to worry, pink is a beautiful color and if you are more into the tough/rugged looks, here are a few tips on how to toughen it up. Feminine, well yes, but all of the looks below are more sensual and refined than giddy and girly. Since this spring offers new approaches to wearing pink without it shouting out cuteness, princesses, or fairies, now is the time to open up to the delicate hue, and reclaim it as a cool color.
- Spring Fling: Flirt with Pink (apartmenttherapy.com)
- Pretty in Pink (freepeople.com)
- geek in the pink. (dayafterpdx.com)
- Pretty in Pink (lifebykari.wordpress.com)
- In praise of the colour pink (littlebirdycrafts.wordpress.com)
I LOVE PASTELS!
1- They are just sweet looking , candy colors!
2 – You can mix with pastels using a different color for every piece (like the picture below) and still not feel overdone. (With brights and neons, mixing colors can create a very dramatic look and sometimes ends up looking all over the place rather than making a fashion statement).
Why did she perfect the pastel trend?
1- The Mint / Pink mix is actually one of the trendiest and most popular with pastels at the moment. (Mint is so in! And we all love pink)
2- I Love the clutch choice. The color is a little more intense yet still can’t be classified as a bright nor a neon. And it gives a casual / chic feel.
3- The striped shirt tones down the look a little, and still highlights the pastel colors a little more.
4- The accessories only add chicness and a dash of funk to the outfit (Love the Necklace).
- 15 Creamy, Dreamy Pastel Polishes (bellasugar.com)
- The new love Perfect Pastel (luluscouture.com)
- DVF Spills: Top 3 Picks for Spring / Summer 2012 (imanmansour.wordpress.com)
- Pinboard: Spring / Summer Pastels (imanmansour.wordpress.com)
“Fashion is what you’re offered four times a year, style is what you pick out of that fashion…It’s what you make of it once you’ve learned what to accept and what to ignore based on what looks good on you.”