Pale Pink

Sometimes a girl needs pink. After a few months of wearing loads of blacks and grey’s a pop of color is always welcomed. Well, a muted pop of color. See, there I go being one of those people. Pink is what I like to call a “judgmental” color. Not that it does the judging but judging is done by those who wear it. If it is too bright you are automatically “that” girl. Or if you style it a certain way you are often times put into a certain category. It really is quite the judgmental color and I am totally guilty of it too.  If I walk into a room and see someone wearing bright pink I automatically think, well, we probably won’t have much in common. Isn’t that terrible? I really can’t believe I just admitted that. But to save you from thinking I am a cold-hearted, pink judging bitch, I admit, the more I test out pink the more I realize it is such a beautiful color! It honestly looks good on just about everyone and holds its own in a crowded room. SO, long story short, buy something pink! Because even if you are judged by terrible people like me, you will still look like a goddess!

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Zara leather pant (faux leather similar and under $60) and sweater (similar and 30% off), Elizabeth and James Layfayette sunnies, Christian Louboutin Pigalle heel (my favorite shoe on earth)

Accessories // Bauble Bar pearl Gemini bracelet (borrowed from Molly), ,Daniel Wellington Classic St. Andrews c/o,  Elizabeth and James Torrens Pinky ringJane Pope Thin Twig ring c/o, Dana Rebecca Lauren Joy necklace,


Shop more pink // under $76

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6 thoughts on “Pale Pink

  1. Pingback: Crest Pinky Ring
  2. i can totally relate to this, i think the last time i wore pink – or any primary color – was three years ago. neutrals are infinitely more appealing (and safe) to me…

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