It seems pink is having a little moment and with its gentle warming effect for most skin tones, it’s a good bet to wear now and in the future. Its easy to use as a basic and looks sweet with denim or khaki which adds the tougher edge.

In the new September issue of Harper’s Bazaar, they feature a Think Pink editorial, full of pretty shades from rose to damson, blush and fuchsia, photographed by Serge Leblon and styled by Leigh Clark, whilst style blogger Alexandra Stedman from The Frugality featured her favourite vintage wash pink Gap T-shirt last week  See here. Another blogger Fran Bacon from The Fashion Lift inspired me to want a pair of pink trainers when she featured her pink Adidas with dresses and jeans.

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Fran Bacon’s pink trainers.

Everyday pink stripes from Jigsaw.

Tie waist blush midi skirt, great with slim fit t-shirts and ankle tie sandals.

Slip on nude leather sandals, perfect to soften the denim effect.

New season softness from Whistles, add this shell pink lace for evening instead of black or white.

Just wearing a hint of pink adds a gentleness to jeans, or a two piece for the full on delicate flower effect.

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Pinterest shows how to do everyday girlie with jeans or T-shirt below.

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The meaning behind the word pink, is apparently unconditional love and nurturing and with it’s skin tone likeness has sensual and sexual connotations, so something to think about when you choose to wear it.

K x