Pink Doesn’t Have To Be Girly


Pink doesn’t just conjure up images of sugar and spice, candy floss, and all things nice.
It can also roll with the trends and have enough oomph to suddenly become the IT colour over night.

Think Pink With Attitude

Pink can have lots of attitude. However, it’s all the way you wear it. Think of it as something to pair with those edgy pieces in your wardrobe, rather than just a girly addition.
I’m a fan of the softer pastel shades in particular. They contrast beautifully with leather trousers, and frayed and distressed jeans.

How To Wear It
Don’t fear it, embrace your softer side with glee. Think of it as another neutral for Spring-Summer to pair with khaki.
It’s a great partner for black and does wonders for the jaded Winter complexion. This pastel knit from Topshop Boutique with its generous ribbed cuffs, is a lovely piece to test the pink waters.


I found these pale blue jeans with a twist in Mango and they are soft and easy to wear.

Exaggerated Hems

Their large hems and cut off frayed ends are bang on trend and it’s always a real treat to find something special like these on the high-street.
They look and feel more expensive and in later months will look amazing with sandals and slogan-t-shirts.

This season skyscraper denim hems are having a moment. Whatever turn ups you choose, store bought or a do it yourself effort, the perfect hemmed jean is stylish, easy to wear, and lots of fun.

Do I ever get tired of constantly evolving denim tweaks ? We’ve had distressed edges, we’ve had culottes, and high-waisted ones one after the after.
I don’t. These ever changing details keeps denim interesting. And no matter what the trend of the moment is, I always revisit my old favourites.
The more looks the merrier in my denim book.


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