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A touch of pink | Style

Bright, pastel or dusky, whatever shade of pink you can think of, it's hot this season. Even coming from someone who doesn't often wear much colour, I'm fully embracing incorporating a touch of pink into my outfits.

Jumpers/fluffiness ~ If your more adventurous than just including a touch of colour, there are lots of jumpers and tops around at the moment that are some gorgeous shades and have to say, I am a little tempted to get some more. I purchased this fluffy top/short sleeved jumper ages ago from H&M. I saw it pictured in Vogue and straight away drove to my closest store and luckily nabbed it. Its not the most flattering of tops but its such a gorgeous dusky pink and super comfortable that I seriously love it.

A scarf ~ this was a bargain from COS a while a go when the pink thing wasn't as hot as what it is now. A scarf is such an easy way of bringing in a bit of colour into a plain outfit to give it a little bit of a different look. I'm dressing pretty casual at the moment as the temperature has dropped and I'm not a fan of the cold, so layering and warmth are my top priority and scarfs fall into both of those categories. There's something really lovely about the autumnal colours alongside the pink shade of this scarf.

I'd love to know what your opinion on pink being a thing and how you are planning to or how your already adding it to your outfits.

xoxo

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  1. I adore the colour pink! I have a leather jacket from Zara that's pink and I've worn it so often. I am dying to get a pair of pink shoes! Maybe boots!

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    1. Dusky pink boots would be lush! Great thinking! xo

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  2. I love the top, the colour is stunning and it looks so comfortable! Overall it's a really nice look :)

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  3. I love how you have styled the jumper! Looks lovely, its just a shame you can't get it online anymore! Perfect looks for the winter though, great post! :)

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