I guess my black moment is coming to an end. I can't say it's completely over, but I am definitely feeling like wearing more color again all thanks to the wonderful blouse I am sporting in today's post. I found it on my last online trip on Shein and just fell in love with the perfectly slouchy fit and of course the soft pink color. I actually have a bit of weakness for this particular shade of pink. Soft and feminine, it works beautifully with a variety of colors, ranging from deep shades like burgundies and navies, to softer ones like grays, creams and animal prints. And of course you know how important versatility is to me!
Slowly and surely, with gender symbols blurring and folks of all genders becoming more courageous with color, pink is no longer the color for princesses-in-training. It can be a color that's as daring as it is dainty, bold as it is precious. Your pinks don't have to match! Clashing looks best when you're working with a variety of patterns and prints. The secret to easily mixing shades is to choose one that's more shocking and pairing it with one that's more subdued.
A pink piece is at it's most modern when paired with black, white or animal printed staples. If you're wearing pastel pink blouse, keep the silhouette sleek and tailored, as not to look like you're on your way to a dance recital. If you're not terribly excited about incorporating the hue into your wardrobe, a pastel pink lip or bold nails will do the trick nicely this spring, especially when you're wearing basic black and white.