My third and final pink look is probably the most trend-led of all.  It's not only overflowing with pink but it also has ruffles and includes the colour combination of the season, red and pink.

My third and final pink look is probably the most trend-led of all.  It’s not only overflowing with pink but it also has ruffles and includes the colour combination of the season, red and pink.  Even for me, this a pretty out there look, I’m not usually prone to this much colour.  However, I’ve got to say I’ve fallen head over heels in love with it.

This isn’t the first time this shirt has appeared on the blog, I featured it in my How to Create the Gucci Look for Less post which you can read HERE.  Although in this post, it has such a different vibe, while the other look was much more casual, this is all about impact.  I even pushed the sleeves up to add more ruffles and drama.  I also kept as many buttons undone as possible to give the shirt a bit more movement.  I always think it’s these teenie touches which makes an outfit complete.

If you haven’t yet got your hands on this amazing shirt then you need to!  It looks like it should be super expensive but it’s actually off the high street.  The pink version is pretty much sold out online but the blue is still available so grab it while you can (find it HERE)!

When I first spotted these berry toned trousers I was little nervous the colour would be super unflattering but they’re surprising elegant.  I actually think they slim my legs down a little, not bad for a pair of trousers which cost £25!

I’ve raved about Gianvito Rossi shoes since day 1 of this blog.  If you’re looking for an elegant court shoe the ONLY place to shop is Gianvito Rossi.  Yes, they are on the pricey side but it’s worth it in terms of comfort and quality.  Without a shadow of a doubt, they’re the most comfortable heels ever made.  If you can’t bring yourself to pay full price then wait for the sales but trust me they’re worth every single penny and then some.

I hope my last 3 posts have inspired you to add a little more pink into your wardrobe or at least encouraged you to dip your toe in.  As you’ve probably guessed already I’m a huge pink fan, so I couldn’t be happier it’s back on trend.  Don’t be surprised if you see a whole heap more of it on the blog over the coming months!

Outfit details: Shirt – H&M (find HERE) | Trousers – ASOS (find HERE) | Shoes – Gianvito Rossi (find HERE in patent leather version) | Bag – Sophia Webster (find HERE) | Bangles – Hermes (similar HERE & HERE)

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