Think pink. Think pretty in pink.
We use to think twice about even deciding whether we should have pink in our wardrobes.I use to think the colour was too girly or I couldn’t pull it off as it washed me out. Always have been and always will be a girl who loves the colour black (yes that is a colour). Pink can be a tricky colour to master, but with ice cream hues in some of our favourite fashion designers SS18 collections, it is about time I push aside my love/hate relationship of this colour and invest in a few statement pieces.
This season we saw Christopher Kane bring the chic to candyfloss pink, Emporio Armani brightened up our workwear wardrobes and Erdem showed us we can rock a feminine pink. Of course, we all look to the runways for our wardrobe inspiration.. Whether we copy it from buying off the high street or we interpret it to our own tastes. But the main question is… When it comes to pink, do you sutley wear it on your bag or do you go OTT and overload with the princess inspired colour?
As much as this colour should be one of many statement block colours in your wardrobe, it has also been overflowing into our interiors and homeware. Dusky pink has been a favourite of everyones recently whether you like to admit your love of pink or not. Working it off our bedroom covers and into our styles can be a tricky one. Make sure to pair pinks with the right colours. The famous pink and red colour pairing is one of the most loved pairings since strawberries and cream. Pink is also great in the spring when pairing with creams, greys and whites. Don’t be afraid to mix it up and add some pattern. Show off your inner barbie girl!!
Common on barbie, let’s go.. SHOPPING! Check out some of the prettiest in pink clothes, that you can get your hands on for this seasons must have trend.
Written by Jordan Ellen Wood | @jordy_ellen