The pink trend. Where there is a garment this season you’ll probably find one of the colours is pink. Just about everything right now comes in the colour so naturally I have been testing the waters.


At first I thought ‘GOD NO’ and thought it was a trend I was going to give miss as I’m historically now for having a 90% black wardrobe with 5% white and the other 5% seas of neutrals. It wasn’t until I spotted this Weekday Jumper after being gifted a pair of Rubi Shoes Pink Slides that I thought ‘okay I think this could actually work for me’. I really am like a toddler because I only do things on my terms.


One of the keys to this trend is to really test the waters. You won’t see me purchasing a $5,000 pink bag however you will see me rocking the occasion pink jumper and that’s exactly where I’ll be staying in terms of the colour. I particularly love the way this jumper is broken up with the grey and the black because it makes it a little easier to swallow for a boring gal like me.


I also think not going big at the start is a good way to know if it’s for you. Pink can be a bit of hard colour for some people to pull off (me being one of those as I have alot of redness in my skin) however if you start small with a bag or shoes then go from there it’ll be easier to get a feel from it. As I always say buy something but style it and make it YOU!


What I’m wearing: Weekday Jumper | Lack Of Colour Hat | Nobody Denim Cult Skinny Jeans (best jeans I’ve ever bought) | Asos Rhoden Boots | Rebecca Minkoff Mini Perry Satchel 

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Have you tried the pink trend yet?

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  1. 1

    I haven’t, but like you I’ve got to be careful with it. I tried on a flamingo pink knit a couple of months ago, but felt like the colour was wearing me & not the other way around (I eventually bought it in grey marle instead). Finding a pink item that suits my cool skin tone is something I’ve yet to master, even though I own 2 pink items in my wardrobe (a fuchsia long-sleeve top & a watermelon maxi skirt).

    Shell // The Novice Life

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      Fuchsia would be beautiful on you Shell! I agree it’s so hard to find a pink that’s right. Once you do it’s fab though :)

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