Today’s post is dedicated to one of my favorite colors, pastel pink.
Pastel pinks are ladylike and delightful colors that can be combined with many colors. They are delicate and pretty hues that give off a gentle and youthful essence. Pastel pinks like other pastel colors look fresh and clean when you put them together nicely. I usually like to wear pastel pinks with neutral hues (i.e. white, ivory and gray) but they also go great with other pastel and dark hues. As much as I admire the subtleness of pastel pinks, I’m very fond of bright hot pinks and I frequently wear both shades of pink to work. But if you’re not a fan of wearing bright colors to work, pastel pinks are great alternatives for snagging that edgy professional look.
I’ve included links (highlighted in red) to available outfit items in the pictures below.
Look at that back detail…well tailored fresh 🙂
Why go traditional by wearing white shirts to work? Shake up your work outfit with white smart fitted pants 😉 .
Pearl buttons, rose gold and pastel pink…subtle elegance.
Earrings – Mango Purse – Ted Baker
Puffy sleeved shirts are not your typical go-to piece for work outfits but they look brilliant and are so in this summer.
Pearls and gold pieces of jewelry are great for accessorizing pastel pink and neutral hue outfits.
Pastel pinks are refreshing style hues and they help make lovely professional outfits. And now that I’ve ranted about how awesome pastel pinks are, I’d like to hear your suggestions for how you (would) rock them to work in the comment section.
I’m a project manager by day and a fashionista/style enthusiast always. I have a diverse range of contradictory interests…fashion vs activism, ice cream cake vs spinach salad…but I love & proudly embrace them all.
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