get the look: blushing beige

If I could identify one color that I am obsessed with lately, it’s blush pink. Ever since I scooped up this bucket bag in pale pink, I have not been able to ignore this girly color. Yes, it’s super femme… but there is also something about it that feels uniquely modern right now. This is a hue that goes by many names: shell pink, petal pink, even pale pink… and I love it. There’s something decidedly soft about it, in that Victorian era sort of way.

image credit: Dulceida and The Locals.

get the look: blushing beigeTones of blushy, beige-y pink also lend themselves well to applications of allll sorts. I love it paired with other washed out neutrals like creamy ivory, charcoal, and of course all metallics. Another great application for blush pink is in your makeup bag. I suggest adding some shimmer to your cheekbones for a bit of that ‘oh, she’s just got something about her, huh’ kind of vibe.

Spring is ever on my mind, so I’m dreaming up new silhouettes to add to my collection: kimonos and culottes being at the top. get the look: blushing beigeSo, tell me: how would you add blush pink to your wardrobe?

get the look: blushing beige

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Recycled kimono from Urban Outfitters, leg warmers from Urban Outfitters, NARS multiple stick, culottes from Free People, tera rock pendant from Baublebar, d’orsay flats from Urban Outfitters, Everlane heavyweight tee, suede mules from Topshop, silk dress from All Saints, and pink heeled sandals from ASOS.

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