Sunday, 5 March 2017

The Pink Mixture

winter look, pink and burgundy, cat print
blogger look, pink hair, pompom hat
moschino gloves, organge gloves, leather gloves
blogger look, winter outfit, pink and burgundy
blogger look, faux fur scarf, cat look
Vivienne Westwood, Melissa, Rocking Horse Shoes
faux fur scarf, cat scarf, cleo ferin mercury
winter look, cat print, pleated skirt
pom pom hat, pink hair, Alexander Wang

blogger look, winter outfit, pom pom hat
furla glitter bag, moschino gloves, pink and orange


I loved pink for a long time, but recently it's becoming more: It started to turn into what black is for others. I feel like a veil was lifted from my eyes and I can see clearly now: There is no colour that doesn't go with pink, there really isn't!

While I always liked to combine my favourite colour with blue, yellow or red, I just discovered how flashy pink looks with lilac or with a bit of orange. I never liked orange, but look: Mixed with pink that suddenly changes. There seems to happen a kind of magic between the two of them (maybe you can call it love ;-) ).

The longer I live as a pink girl, the less I understand why most people's basics are black or gray. There is nothing against those "colours" if you like them (unless it's beige, this is just terrible in my opinion), but why not being a little bit more playful and fill your wardrobe with the bold diversity of a box of coloured pencils?

Besides the colours, there are many things I like about this looks: All the cute cats and the fact that the outfit reminds me of Japanese street style looks – especially because of the platform shoes. But I am not done yet: I want to see what else can be done with pink. Let's combine it with everything I haven't tried yet!

Be prepared for more colour mix looks! Gray can stay home for a long, long time!

My Outfit:
Shirt: Pinko, Skirt; LM Lulu Le Showroom, Bag: Furla (similar here),
Shoes: Vivienne Westwood x Melissa, Scarf: Cléo Ferin Mercury, Gloves: Moschino, Sunglasses: Alexander Wang (old), Hat: Bought in London

6 comments :

  1. Love your look, especially your scarf ♥︎ I feel the same way about boring basics black and grey, my basic colour has always been green because you just have to look at flowers to see that it matches everything. Pink and orange is one of my favourite colour combinations, it reminds me of warm sunsets.

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  2. You look stunning as always! I am craving more pink lately, it's such a pretty and happy colour. The orange gloves really stand out. I love your furry scarf :-)

    Emma xxx
    www. style-splash.com

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  3. Your love for the color pink is so inspiring. Who knew it'd play so well with orange? I'm really into the way you combined all these textures, patterns, and colors together. You look awesome!

    Hannah | The Outfit Repeater

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  4. I always love your colorful outfit! <3 Anyway I think I'll dye my hair pink too :3 Yours is so cute, you know ><

    www.bigdreamerblog.com

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  5. That hat is so cute! And I love your gloves. <3 Pink and orange is a fun colour combo, as is red and pink. And I couldn't agree with you more - beige is just an awful colour! Ick!

    www.littlemissquirky.net

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  6. Gorgeous!! This is how I feel about baby blue..it's always been my favourite colour. I love pink more than I ever did before. And it goes perfectly with baby blue, I could wear them forever. I don't mind what others wear, it's what makes them happy, no matter the colour. As long as I'm free to wear what I love and no one tries to put beige on me!! xx

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