STYLE: VALENTINES OUTFIT INSPIRATION
Valentines is the most romantic time of the year, So a here’s a little outfit inspiration combing one of SS15’s must have hues pink. Just In case your still searching for that perfect outfit….
Now you don’t have to be a lover of thinking Pink neither do you have to flaunt an all pink ensemble. This post is all about those few key pieces in this fresh colour palette that can brighten up your wardrobe.
This soft focus outfit is a complete mix ranging from designer to high street. Starting off with this ivory drape blouse from Topshop. I’m in love with these versatile little numbers they go from day to night and work with almost every colour denim.
The Heels: This is my favourite shade from springs pink palette, lift your look with a little dusty pink. These killer heels are from Saint Laurent (similar here ). Who says pink shoes can’t be gorgeous….
Next the necklace this is one part of a layered necklace I previously featured here and it’s from Etsy which is a treasure chest of independent jewellery designers with a whole range of budgets available to suit all. This one is from Layered + Long.
The pastel pink earrings are from H&M a bargain at £1.99. On nails is Essie mademoiselle an industry insider’s favourite, it’s so gorgeous on and such a cheat! It’s glossy not chalky and never streaks, just perfect even coverage every time.
Lips: Dior’s Limited edition spring collection Addict Lip Gloss (shade 584 £22) available in three limited edition gloss shades for spring 2015. This one’s spot on the dusty pink shade, it contains finely milled gold glitter particles and can be layered up to achieve a deeper glossy colour.
Jeans: Back to Topshop for some skinny love, ripped or unripped. A girls got to love her skinny jeans.
And Finally chocolate, shoes and chocolate two of my favourite things. Valentines wouldn’t be complete with out just a little piece.
So for spring 2015 there is a definite move toward the cooler and softer side of the colour spectrum. An ethereal mix of understated brights, pale pastels and nature-like neutrals. I’m looking forward to this refreshing transition are you?