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Create a Stylish Look with Different Shades of Pink

It’s funny how our tastes can change over time. For the longest time, pink was a color that I avoided. But recently, something has shifted and the color has started to grow on me. I’m not exactly sure what changed, but I’m excited to embrace this new love for pink. As spring and winter approach, I’m planning on incorporating more pink into my wardrobe. From soft pastels to bold fuchsias, there are so many different shades of pink to experiment with. And the best part is, I’m not just wearing it because it’s on-trend – I’m wearing it because I genuinely love it. It’s amazing how a little change in perspective can lead to a whole new world of style possibilities.

There’s something undeniably striking about the monochromatic look. By dressing head-to-toe in a single color, you create a bold and cohesive statement that’s impossible to ignore. And when it comes to monochromatic dressing, there’s no color more powerful than pink, and especially different shades of pink.

Creating a monochrome look using different shades of the same color is a great way to add depth and interest to your outfit. If you’re a fan of pink, experimenting with different shades of pink can create a chic and sophisticated look.

How To Wear

One way to rock the monochromatic pink look is by wearing an oversized ladies suit. Think pink blazer paired with pink trousers, both in the same shade. This is a power move that is not only stylish but also empowering. The oversized silhouette gives off a strong, commanding presence, while the pink hue softens the look, making it approachable and feminine. Wear it with a simple pink tank top and pink heels in a different shade.

Another way to rock the pink monochromatic look is to pair the pink blazer with a pink skirt. This look is perfect for a day at the office or a lunch with the girls. You can opt for a lighter or darker shade for the skirt, but it’s important to keep the hues consistent. Finish off the look with a simple pink blouse and some nude boots to keep the focus on the pink.

All in all, the monochromatic pink look is a fashion statement that’s both powerful and feminine. Whether you opt for an oversized suit or a skirt and blazer combo, the key is to create contrast and dimension within the outfit and keeping the accessories minimal.

So next time you’re looking to make a bold fashion move, consider going monochromatic in pink and experimenting with different shades for added depth.

Love always,


Watch this video to see how I rocked this look to Cape Town Fashion Week.

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