It’s apparently the chic color of the season! But we need no excuse at all to welcome rose powder pink into our wardrobe!
Powder pink is a color that everyone should be wearing this month and beyond because it really is a chic color to be caught wearing more often.
Being one of the sweet pastel shades that can add a feminine oomph into your wardrobe, you bet there is a multitude of ways to sport the dusty pink if a bright, bold pink quite scare you.
With the Vday right around the corner, it’s also an excuse to celebrate your womanhood and even though we’re all about the gender-bending fashion expression nowadays, a soft pink can still be liberating to wear too. I personally would love to have more of this pink shade in my wardrobe as currently it is rather lacking.
To help me get in the mood, as always, I go to my online boutique for inspo on what’s out there that I can see myself wearing and if your style taste mirrors mine, I hope the selection below will give you an inspiring head-start to the pops of pink you might want to add in your wardrobe this season. Enjoy!
Pink Frilly Sleeve Cotton Tee
Pink Scallop Detail Shirt
Smock Waist Pink Chiffon Top
Pink Trumpet Sleeve Blouse
Sandy Pink Crop Jogger Pants
Elegant Pink Ruffle Blouse
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Which article of clothing would you want to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
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