How to Wear Pink, For Grown-Ups
By Deborah Boland
If you hung up pink a long time ago because it just wasn’t sophisticated enough for a grown-up gal, you may want to take a look at Blush.
Blush is a popular soft shade of pink that is pretty, modern and totally chic. Here are 2 ways to wear it.
- Combine Blush with Black
Mild meets wild when you pair a lace blush dress with an inky black sleeveless coat. The blush pink color helps soften the black, which can sometimes be quite harsh on a mature woman. The black gives the super feminine lace dress more of an edgy vibe.
Add some fabulous jewelry, sexy suede booties and a ladylike purse and you’re ready for your next cocktail party or important dinner date.
Blush pink combined with black works year round and is especially good at transitional times like fall into winter.
If you are not a fan of black but like the idea of contrasting blush with a dark color, then try combining blush with navy, blush with olive, or blush with gray.
- Combine Blush with Light Neutrals
Not everyone can wear a wear a high contrast look like black with blush. If you have a fair complexion, or you simply prefer more of a delicate look, then blush with white or cream is equally as sophisticated.
Channel your inner grace Kelly in this pretty outfit that is feminine and regal.Pair a flirty, silk, peplum blouse with a gorgeous pair of blush dress pants. Add a dazzling pair of nude, heels- a little sparkle never hurt!
Complete the look with some delicate gold and pearl jewelry, and a structured, metallic, boss-lady handbag!
If you skin and hair are more cool than warm, simply switch out gold for silver for a look that’s a little icier, but still strikingly chic.
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