Colours should have depth; gemstones are a good guideline or Mediterranean shades faded by the sun. When in summer, pink is so pretty. Generation Z is afraid to wear pink. So how can you wear pink without feeling too pink? Pink during lockdown is great for my mental health.
Pink is a colour that can be worn at any age all year round.
Pink is a colour that everyone has an opinion about.
These ladies in Amsterdam give us an excellent example of how many colours team well with pink. This pastel pink dress, teamed with white cowboy boots looks fabulously chic.
You can also see with her friend that pink would go well with beige boots, denim shorts too. Don’t forget your aviator style.
The pink frilly dress is so popular in Italy and Holland. It hides the bulging belly, is cool in summer and it teams well with many accessories.
You can also opt for cyclic prints with pink, like this pleated dress from the very popular brand here in Holland called, Essential Antwerp.
Fitted Pink Dresses
In Italy, everything fitted and lace seems to be more popular. It really comes down to body confidence.
Oversize Maxi Dress
This oversize maxi dress is so pretty. A strong statement for wearing everything pink.
Pink At Fifty
Pink at fifty can be so youthful. I like this contrast of the bright pink jacket teamed with a floral pink dress.
No matter what shade of pink whether pale primrose, shocking pink or magenta, it never fails to surprise, provoke and steal the limelight. However contentious these colours might be from the viewpoint of gender politics, they still lend extra sparkle to characterise the identity of your personal trademarks.
Pleated skirts look wonderful in pink. They are comfortable and can suit any age, even fifty.
Pink cardigans are fabulous for any season. They team well with denim shorts too.
Everything from tan sandals, to white trainers and white cowboy boots. Is popular with the colour pink. It comes down to personal style choice and what you are comfortable with. Keep your eyewear simple and let pink do the talking. These Gucci, limited edition look fabulous with pink.
Pink goes well with gold jewellery.
You can’t go wrong with dusty pink blazer it can be worn all year round and it goes with many are dark contrasting colours.
If you are in Venice and you want to choose a colour for your Gondola style, opt for pink.
Pink And Yellow
Pink and yellow are two extreme powerful colours. Don’t overdo it with these colours. Maybe some yellow earrings as a slightly yellow message.