Chapter 4: Think Pink for Spring!

Think Pink Fashion Blog

With peony season just around the corner and with Spring having embraced us, it’s time to give your wardrobe the feminine, pale pink treatment. Spring 2020 has welcomed high street fashion with the pastel hue, from appliqué flowers in Zara to floaty, smock dresses in H&M and a pink washed denim boiler suit in NastyGal. 

Now, I know what some of you are thinking and yes, taking a step back from your monochrome wardrobe seems a little petrifying. However, let me assure you that pale pink works for any skin tone, hair colour, eye colour, you name it! Here are three high street buys that helped me incorporate this seasons colour trend into my wardrobe. 

Outfit 1: The Boiler Suit

Come to a Boil Denim Boiler Suit, £27 (was £45) | NastyGal

You have reached boiling point. This boiler suit truly radiates this season’s colour trend. The pink washed denim with a button-down front and elasticated waist emit a cool and casual vibe making it perfect item of clothing to wear with trainers and a pair of gold hoop earrings. This boiler suit blossoms at a bottomless brunch or a BBQ with friends, which is where I get my most enjoyment out of this eye-catching piece of clothing. 

Buy it here.

Outfit 2: The Fairy Top

Embroidered Pink Tulle Top, £20 | Zara

This floral appliquéd tulle top embodies every element of femininity. The pale pink and delicate net top with beautiful embroidery tends to be more popular for the more ‘feminine’ persona. This beautiful top allows me to fulfil my dream of being a dainty fairy, fluttering around a rose garden. This top can be worn singularly with a bra underneath like I have chosen to do or if you are feeling slight less comfortable, pair with a pale pink body underneath. 

Buy it here.

Outfit 3: The Corduroy Shirt

Easy There Oversized Corduroy Shirt, £12 (was £25) | NastyGal

Casual, oversized and easy are the perfect words to describe this pastel pink corduroy shirt. The oversized silhouette, button-down front and pointed collar is perfect to look effortlessly cool whilst still feeling feminine with the beautiful shade of pink. Tie at the waist and jump into a pair of light washed, high waist mom jeans and kick on some pastel pink trainers to accentuate a minimalist style. 

Buy it here.

Outfit 4: The Dream Dress

This floral, airy, dream like dress is an item that has rocketed to the top of my wish list. The frilled collar, open back, balloon sleeves, shoulder puffs radiate every ounce of what I adore in a dress. The feminine, floral pattern and pale pink colour make this dress perfect for an afternoon tea sat in a rose garden, sipping on a glass of champagne whilst devouring a rose macaroon. One can dream, I know!

Buy it here.

Images: Courtesy of the brand

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