Millennial pink might have had it’s moment in the trending sun, but we know that pink has always been great. There’s something about the color that’s just been speaking to us lately, in every shade and variation. Maybe it’s an energy thing – pink is undeniably optimistic, and we could all use a little bit more of that in our lives. From salmon to bubblegum, there’s a shade for everyone.
Yes, I’m still wearing a lot of sweatpants. I’ve found one way to feel a little more pulled together in sweats is by making sure they’re monochromatic. It just looks purposeful. This pink set from Anthropologie is an example. I also love this bright flamingo-pink sweatshirt from J.Crew.
Sometimes during the summer, a breezy dress is just as comfortable as worn-in sweats. Alex Mill’s cotton-candy colored shirtdress is an actually chic version of a housedress. This boho printed tunic dress works as a bathing suit cover-up or a date night in the backyard outfit.
You know I love a Birkenstock, so this pair of pink ones is right up my alley. These sweet slip-ons from J.Crew are decorated with everyone’s favorite fruit. Tory Burch’s classic thongs in petal pink are timeless.
Pink is perfect for an accessory, bringing a little pop of color to any outfit. I just got these rose-gold CADDIS readers and have been wearing them non-stop. If those are a little too retro for you, I also love these round reading glasses.
It’s not just clothes! How pretty are these blush colored cooking pans with gold hardware? Or this trio of bud vases? This Kitchen-Aid stand mixer is the perfect statement piece for anyone’s kitchen counter, and would look especially nice against white marble.
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