BABY PINK IS ALL GROWN UP AND SHE'S READY FOR THE BIG CITY
What have we spied this season, but pretty pink walking down the runway! It’s the trend that has released the inner romantic in all of us. But it doesn’t have to be girly. It doesn’t have to be tacky. Baby pink is all grown up and she's ready for the big city.
There’s something so chic about pink - and there’s a way to make it work in your wardrobe.
A pink peeptoe pump in the park. How poetic. But more importantly, how gorgeous!? This is an entry-level hue for those babes who can't quite come at baby pink. And just a little secret between you and me... this material is actually a faded red leather! It's a delightful mix of earthy and feminine. Comfy and chic. Customise yours below.
Soft and buttery and perfect for an office-and-errands kind of day, these 2½ inch round toe heels will take you from the front door to midweek family dinner. And that peek of pastel pink is just enough for you to know you're right up there with the runway, but not too girly for the office. This shoe will show itself to be a wardrobe is staple. Customise yours below.
Jeans. A cute t-shirt. A takeaway cup of coffee from the cafe down the street. Your favourite mag tucked under your arm. Delicious snacks from the markets strategically hidden in your tote bag. Hello, weekend. And a special hello to you too, sweet pink ballet flats (made that bit more edgy with a bronze trim). Perfect for moseying through Saturday. Customise yours below.
Perch yourself on your front steps and strap yourself in to these sexy sandals. The pink leather is so buttery-soft, so there's no need to compromise comfort for fashion. All ready for a Friday night, pair with a sweet dress, or your favourite denim. Customise yours below.
White pumps? They're on trend. Pink? That's on trend too. You know what that means? That means you need these shoes in your life. A classic shape that will take you from season to season, while still being reminiscent of the runway. Gosh, if there's a shoe to take home with you, it's this one.
Posted by Chloé Dutschke on 20 February 2014.