PINK TO MAKE THE BOYS WINK




Pink to make the boys wink! (As my gran used to say) - Honestly? Some people love it, others not so much. Over the years I've gone through stages of not wanting to go near anything pink, to absolutely showering myself in the colour. I guess I'm back to that stage where I'm totally in love with it and CONFIDENT wearing it. These light pink trousers for instance are an absolutely hit and I get compliments whenever I wear them - it's so important to have a few pieces in your style library that you'll always love. They actually were featured a while ago in my previous, popular Pink post (see here) and I kept them ever since. 




This is a look that I'll definitely keep re-visiting in my wardrobe. Every Spring / Summer season, Pink always seems to peep it's head around the corner and come back into my life. The last time I had the Pink obsession I bought these Pink slim trousers from Zara (old season now) which I always seem to come back to - I really need to invest in a new pair! 


Now let's talk about that 'Never have I ever' Topshop t-shirt that people have been going MAD for. I finally managed to get my hands on it when I was visiting Newcastle a few weeks ago and I just honestly love it. The material is super soft (for £12 which is pretty good) and I just love the subtle wording.



Aviator Sunglasses - H&M
Pearl Earrings - Primark
Bag - Vintage



T-shirt - Topshop (Tee & Cake concession)
Pink Blouse - River Island (old season)



What do you think to this outfit?
Would you wear it?
As always, let me know!
Lots of love,
Hannah xoxo

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2 comments

  1. Love this total pink outfit!! Those pants look great!


    Have a great weekend!

    Andrea.

    Seize your Style

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  2. Gorgeous look, the pink and blush tones are so lovely together and that tee is the cutest <3

    Andini xx | Adventures of an Anglophile 

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