How To Wear Pink Without Looking Like An Over-Aged Toddler

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How To Wear Pink Without Looking Like An Over-Aged Toddler
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How To Wear Pink Without Looking Like An Over-Aged Toddler
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How To Wear Pink Without Looking Like An Over-Aged Toddler
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How To Wear Pink Without Looking Like An Over-Aged Toddler
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How To Wear Pink Without Looking Like An Over-Aged Toddler
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Pink ensemble by Pinko, boots from AF Vandevorst, Delvaux bag & Stella Mccartney sunglasses. Pictures by Sofie De Pauw.

 

From powder pink to magenta and from discrete details in socks, gloves and jewelry to complete silhouettes. Just as Prada, Gucci, Jill Sander we think pink this season.
Pink adds a touch of cuteness and femininity, so it really doesn’t have to be childish when you combine it modern.
Match with black, grey or certain shades of dark blue or hard materials to create contrast. Or wear matching shades, although that could be prove to be tricky. Making sure you’re dealing with stylish materials and quality accessories is step one.
This is my 3rd look from PFW. Check here my 1st2nd and the two vlogs below.

 

 

 

 

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