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Surrender to Pink

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June 3, 2016

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Compassionate, nurturing, and unconditionally loving, it’s no wonder the color pink has become associated with all things feminine and romantic. In color psychology, pink tones down the physical passion that’s associated with a vibrant red and replaces it with a gentle and ultra loving energy. Although varying shades of pink are constantly cropping up in a variety of designers’ collections, runway shows, and street style markets, you can easily venture into Barbie territory if you’re not too careful.

However, pink is an incredibly dynamic hue – the key is to understand it in all of its many shades. Surprisingly enough, it’s a universally flattering color, it’s just a matter of finding the right tones for you. As we transition into the warmer months, and we exchange wintry shades for vibrant pops of color, it’s the perfect time to start experimenting with how to transition pink from sweet and girly to a full-on wardrobe power player. So forget everything you know about that bubblegum tint and meet the new kid on the block – the grown-up embodiment of pink!

In order to wear this loving shade in a decidedly grown up way, there are a few things you need to know. The first, and perhaps the most important: choose your hue wisely. Keep your skin tone and coloring in mind when selecting your pinks. There are so many variations on the classics: rose, blush, peach, magenta, fuchsia, pastel, barely there… the list goes on and on! When paired with lighter whites and/ or neutrals, pink provides a warm glow. On the other hand, darker colors keep pink from feeling to girly. So don’t be afraid to pair that pink dress with an edgy, black moto jacket! After all, Fashion isn’t as much fun unless you’re breaking a few rules…

Another fresh idea that I’m loving as of late: Mix pink with menswear! Structured silhouettes and clean lines give pink a whole new meaning. Try a pair of barely there blush trousers or a fresh peach blazer. Pairing tailored pieces with colors that were once deemed too frilly or feminine, now have a whole new meaning. For a different look, opt for pink pieces with incredible details or embellishments. A little bit of texture goes a long way and gives a two dimensional color tons of depth.

And there you have it: Pink. She’s all grown up and in a league of her own. Wear her right and who knows, she may even become the new black.

Photos by Tori Aston.

:: ZARA BLOUSE :: SANDRO JOELLE SKIRT :: RAYE x FOR LOVE AND LEMONS HARPER HEEL :: RAY BANS ROUND SUNGLASSES :: CHANEL HANDBAG ::

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So feminine and beautiful. Perfect for work or a lunch date. Lovely photos 🙂

Lisa
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The shoes are amaze! Loving this whole look:)
x
Carly
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Thank you Carly!

Are there any other looks you’d like to see or have been dying to try?

xo,
Jenny

I absolutely love that skirt! That green color is so gorgeous <3

Haute Sauce

Those shoes are just out of this world <3

Lovely outfit.
Very pretty, feminine and chic, love it!

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xo from France

Discovered your blog a few months ago and its become one of my favourites. As a lover of all things feminine and classic, your blog speaks to me on so many levels! Love this particular post — as rose and blush-coloured anything are my favourites!

Was wondering if you could do a post on what shades of blush/rose/pink look best on what skintone. You touched on this topic on this post, but I feel like it would be really helpful to your readers if you went into more detail. I’m quite fair myself (like you), so I find I have to be careful when wearing bush so that it doesn’t wash me out.

Just a suggestion! xox

Hi Megan!!

Thank you so so much for your kind words! I can definitely find a way to incorporate this into creative content. Keep your eyes peeled for it in the not so distant future!!

xo,
Jenny

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Always a vision of beauty … Always looking fabulous! Just beautiful! 🙂

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This outfit is beautiful! It suits you so well x

Thank you Kyia – you are too sweet.

So glad you enjoyed it!

xo,
Jenny

Love this look! I have always been scared of Barbie pink but I love wearing blush and rose hues. They are a great neutral and so soft and feminine.

xo Bryn
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Absolutely!

LOVE your insight. Also, if you have a keen desire to wear something of the Iconic Barbie pink variety, try pairing it with mixed neutrals and let that pink POP.

xo,
Jenny

Thank you so much!!

A whole lot of feminine and a little bit of edge!

xo,
Jenny

Aren’t they fabulous?! And SO comfy too!

xo,
Jenny

Love love love your purse!
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Thank you Diana!

I can’t get enough. Penelope was definitely a worthy splurge!

xo,
Jenny

Love this look Jenny! You continue to inspire. Love you girl.

x
Emily Jenny
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Thank You!! Pretty in Pink wasn’t just a good movie – they knew what they were doing!!

xo,
Jenny

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