Pink is everywhere lately. It has definitely made a comeback but unfortunately it isn’t always the most wearable colour for everybody. I went to a market and found this gorgeous white cotton shirt with pink roses. I honestly love it to pieces and will probably wear it to death this spring. when I find things I like they definitely become a staple and I usually stick to them and rotate around pieces I like although I do feel as if my wardrobe needs a little refresh. You might have seen this outfit in my blog post about BlogconLDN, I wore this outfit to the event and got some lovely compliments from the other attendees. I’m really quite liking the vintage vibes and I can definitely switch up the shoes and lose the tights for a different look that might be better when the weather gets warmer. The denim skirt is from Primark and the boots are from Deichman. I’m pretty sure I’ve worn this skirt on my blog before (because I kind of live in it) 🙂 The easiest way to wear pink on a day to day basis is probably by wearing it with staple pieces that you love and adding touches of it. Personally I don’t think darker or bright pinks suit me as well so I like sticking to pastel or blush. I don’t really wear huge amounts of colour and when I do it’s usually very darker or very light.
Going to markets and charity shops are a great way to find amazing pieces and you can give items a new home. It’s something I’ve only recently started doing because it was a goal I set at the beginning of the year and I honestly think it’s going to change my shopping habits forever (for the better!). It requires so much patience so I have so much admiration for those with an entirely thrifted wardrobe or bought from small companies or individuals.
What other trends do you think I should try and incorporate into my wardrobe. I was thinking fishnets tights?