OUR BEAUTIFUL WORLD OF COLOR (5)

WAYS TO WEAR PINK.

“Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink.” —Lilly Pulitzer

Pink is the combination of white and red. There has never been any proof but It is stereotyped to be a feminine color. Of course we all know pink as the true girly-girl’s favorite color, but it’s also associated with romance and happiness.

Pink is a delicate color that is sweet, nice, playful, cute, romantic and charming. It represents friendship, harmony, affection, tenderness, inner peace, and approachability. The color pink also symbolizes love. The color red represents the heat and passionate side of love, while the color pink epitomizes romance and charm.

Pink is very calming, so don’t wear it if you need tons of energy and because of its relationship to romance, pink is a good choice of color if you are going on a date. You can also wear it anytime you’re a little bummed out for a boost. Some people do not fancy pink and have dismissed it as too soft a color.

Here are several fashionable ways to style pink:

1. With Red:High Waisted Full Midi Skirt.

2. With Chartreuse:Chartreuse Full skirt.

3. With Black:

4. With Gray:Pencil Skirt.

5. With Cobalt:Satchel.

6. With Navy:Double breasted-jacket.

7. With Beige:

You can pair your pink with other colors. The choices are limitless. Let us know how you’ve styled pink in time past or other cool ways we haven’t mentioned.
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Author: WardrobeFix

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2 thoughts on “OUR BEAUTIFUL WORLD OF COLOR (5)

  1. This is a great post! I love how you combine pink with red and more adventurous daring colours like chartreuse and cobalt blue. It really shows the versatility of this colour, which I think has been stereotyped and underrated for so long, since it has always been pigeon holed as a girlie colour. I love how you show that pink can also be very edgy and cool!
    Keep up the good work!
    x
    May
    http://happinessinmay.com

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