Perhaps it was Monday’s Post that inspired me, or perhaps it was my deep, psychological need to alienate men, but I found myself fixated by pink this week. Why? Please, allow me to illustrate:
1) Pink can be romantic and sweet.
Take, for instance, this Park Guell dress:
It just begs to be worn to a museum on a Saturday afternoon. I don’t know why, that’s just what popped into my head.
And how about this Pas de Trois Skirt?
Speaking of ballet, the Releve Dress is stunning.
And I would wear the Pink Swan Dress to go see The Black Swan. With my bronze leaf headband and my bronze gladiator flats. I’m drooling just thinking of it.
Speaking of representative foliage, these Blush with Every Step Rose Flats are so darling and unusual. They would look sickening paired with any of the above…
… but picture them as a twist on Audrey, with black skinny jeans and this top from Target. Darling, no?
2) Pink can be bold and sexy.
The Dancing in the Moonlight Dress would look stunning with melon lips, black winged eyeliner, silver chandelier earrings and silver heels.
I would rock the So Totally Skirt with a heather grey tank, a long necklace with a turquoise stone, and navy ballet flats. So summery.
This Anlo Harlow Dress would look perfect with metallic heels and a chunky belt for a night out for cosmos with the girls.
If I had a fun cocktail party to go to, I’d so rock this Power of Pink Dress. I’d add banging silver accessories and a bright lip, of course.
I’m also a HUGE fan of the idea with these Rosette Flats, even though I couldn’t save a picture. I’d like them with a white sundress or with a grey pantsuit, just to mix things up. Oooh! Ooooh! Or with boyfriend jeans and a loose-fitting navy and white tank. Yes. That is the winning combination and now I really wish to purchase these.
That’s it for a week of pink-inspired things! I hope you guys have enjoyed the inaugural Fashion Friday on my new blog. Have a great weekend!