I’m having a style moment, more of an obsession with all things blush and baby pink. For most part, I’m inspired by the gorgeous native flower, the protea. I fell in love with them after picking up a couple of fresh blooms from Hobart’s Salamanca Markets and it’s gone on to influence my wardrobe.
I’ve never been a big fan of pink and whenever I have worn pink, it’s more in the shades of fuchsia and neon so I’m quite enjoying this change and how versatile softer shades of pink can be.
Below are some of my favourite style picks to help you get into the pink of things:
The easiest way to work baby pink into your wardrobe is with these sneakers, they’re beyond cute and go with any outfit.
Combining my love of proteas and blush pink, this is an easy way to work this shade into your style repertoire.
How adorable is this necklace?! Those pastel colours and who can say no to a meringue, real or not? These are one-off designs, so if this one is gone, check out this Australian designer’s other cute offerings.
This is the perfect shade for all skin tones, and works well for day-to-day wear.
Velvet is also on trend this season so kill two trends with one stone with these gorgeous booties.
Elevate your winter wardrobe with this beautiful satin coat, that’s both classy and unique.
I love this shade of pink and is perfect for those who prefer prints over tonal outfits.
With a name like burnt sugar, this reminds me of fairy floss and all things fun and flirty.
You don’t have to wear pink to be on trend, bring a touch of pink into your home with these lovely cushions.
What’s better than a cup of freshly brewed coffee in the morning? A cup of freshly brewed coffee in a blush pink mug that reminds you that you are a babe.
I am in love with this, as it has two of my current obsessions: blush pink and palm leaf prints. J’adore!
If abstract art is more your thing, purchase this gorgeous print and hang it in your lounge.
For an original piece of art, check out this abstract painting that would work well no matter what the season.