After reading Vogues supplement 'The Catwalk Edit' this week I have been desperate to try out some of the new A/W trends in a transitional way! The trend that I am enjoying is the all pink tonal look named 'A Rose Bouquet' and is described:
'From the palest pinks to dusky damask hues designers drenched the collections in a warm rosy glow. An overtly feminine flattering palette, head to toe rose tones offer a beautiful spin on autumns pre-
eminent trend: the new womanly allure'
Wear pink slinky shapes and sillhoutes to look on trend over the next few months and get ready for pink coats and jackets to take over this winter! It looks pretty and fresh and almost like we are heading into spring rather than A/W which makes a nice change to the dark and gloomy wintery trends.
A softer more feminine take on earlier trend of the year 'All White Dressing' which often was more of a tailored, premium and more masculine outcome. All pink is still premium but with a girly softer edge to it. Pastel pinks are are not everyones cup of tea, I usually steer clear of the girly pastel colours but when worn right and in a tonal way the outcome is stunning and right up my street for A/W- I just need to buy more pink items now!
I wanted my look to be summery and premium- I pulled all my pink items out of my wardrobe to see if I could make it work! The dress is old H&M and I tucked it into my skirt. I love the feminine shape of the top section with the cross over and shoulder ruching. The skirt which is making a huge come back for next season especially this full skirt which is from Topshop. I find the style of these skirts extremely flattering and easy to wear! The two pink items work well together, they are nearly the same shades but just different textures which adds interest. I accessorised this look with silver- a chunky silver premium necklace, skinny black belt and holographic clutch which I absolutely LOVE! Amy's pink sunglasses worked well for the glorious weather and the barely there sandals added to the premium feel.
Are you digging pink for A/W? Lets hope the saying 'Pink makes the boys blink' does us all a favour next season!