Monochrome pink outfit for summer you need to try if you want to look like a lady effortlessly! After seeing me in so many different pink outfits lately, you must think pink is my favourite colour to wear. Well, guess what? You got this wrong. I do not deny pink is my happy colour, that makes me feel warm and brings a smile to my face every time I’m thinking of it. In fact, I’m smiling while right now. But when it comes to wearing a monochrome pink outfit, there is where my love for pink ends.
Honestly, if it wasn’t for these stunning metallic rose gold sandals, I don’t think I could even stand all these candy colours on me. The baby pink midi pleated skirt, the peachy pink floppy-tie blouse, the top handle hot pink tote and for the end the Barbie pink sunglasses? Candy crush it is! Here is how to wear a pink monochrome outfit and feel good wearing it.
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WHY DO FASHION GIRLS LOVE PINK SO MUCH?
Pink is unabatedly one of the colours that keep coming back in style. One year in the hot pink Barbie shade, the other in pastel and the third in peachy, since fashion girls like to wear pink. Surely this is not the only reason why us, fashion girls, love pink so much. Pink simply makes us happy!
I must admit I always love to put on my Barbie pink dress and this pink pleated skirt. Or a pink bag, as you already know. However, I often tend to wear only one pink item at the time.
Why? Because you can quickly look too girly in a pink monochrome outfit. Unless you put on something glamorous like metallic shoes.
PINK IS NOT JUST FASHION, IT’S AN ATTITUDE
Yes, metallic shoes are just what you need to feel grown-up lady when wearing a pink monochrome outfit. They made me feel a million, and I’m sure they will make you feel the same, too.
And that it’s all that matters when it comes to wearing a monochrome pink outfit with ruffles, bows and pleats. You must feel confident in a pink outfit. You know, pink is more than just a colour, more than the latest fashion trend. Pink it’s an attitude. So, either embrace it or crush it.
Here is how to style pink clothes to look grown-up.
SHOP AND WEAR MY PINK MONOCHROME SUMMER OUTFIT
You can get my look by clicking on the items you see in the collage or in the gallery below. Don’t worry, new windows will open for you so you can check them later when you finish reading this article. Although, I doubt you will be able to resist the temptation and not shop first. Besides, almost all the things I’m wearing are on SALE now. Meaning they are running out fast!
ACCESSORIES TO WEAR WITH PINK MONOCHROME OUTFIT
Starting with the sunglasses and shoes first. After all, these are the essentials that will elevate the romantic pink outfit and make you look chic and confident.
Do I even need to say anything about my shoes? I have been wearing them several times before. Even with the Barbie pink cocktail dress.
I simply love these Stuart Weitzman rose gold sandals. And no, I don’t like them merely because of the colour. With the fact that they make me feel a million, they are super comfortable and so easy to walk.
Furthermore, they give great support to my ankles, which matters the most for me. Ps. This is a tip: don’t get heels that don’t give you enough support! Anyway, you can shop Stuart Weitzman sandals here.
Finally, the clothes. I’m wearing a pink pleated skirt that I got for less than $28. Not laying. It was less than $28. And as you can see, it looks surprisingly well. Even the stitches are good.
However, I must say it took ages for me to get this skirt. I think it took more than a month for this skirt to come all the way from who knows where to Slovenia. I don’t know what the issue was. I guess you will be wearing your pleated midi pink skirt sooner if you get this pink midi skirt.
As it goes for the floppy-tie blouse, I’m wearing; sorry, you can’t get the same blouse anymore. I bought it years ago and hadn’t been wearing it much as it has elastic on the bottom and works well only when tucked inside the high-waisted skirt or pants.
Not that tucking in was the problem, but this material is horrific to wear. No silk this time. I still don’t know what I was thinking back then when buying a blouse made of p*. I can’t even write it. Horrifying indeed. Anyway, here is a floppy-tie blouse you should get.
MORE PINK MONOCHROME OUTFITS
No more pink, please?! Not so fast. I still have some pink outfits on the side, ready to post them. Anyway, the next outfit posts to come will be less romantic and way chicer. By the way, do you like to wear pink monochrome outfits? Or do you prefer to wear only one pink item at the time?