Bright Pink for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: With a White Print
Quote of the day: ” Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start.” Nido Qubein
This series of the color bright pink was created in order to put together some outfits for Nancy, so she’d wear her new pants. I thought a white print would be a piece of clothing most of us would already have in the closet. I would like to propose that the pink color doesn’t need to be in the white printed item, for it to look good. The first post of the sequence paired the featured color with muted neutrals (here).
50’s Bright Pink: (Top): My top is a more of a beige print with very little color in it besides neutrals. That’s why I like the bright top underneath it—it adds some liveliness!
60’s Bright Pink (Pants): Nancy’s shirt has a little bit of bright pink in the flowers so it seemed like a perfect accompaniment.
Pants:Liz Claiborne (here)~~Top: Sonoma (similar here)~~Blouse over: Loft (similar here)~~Shoes: Etienne Aigner (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Watch: (similar here)
70’s Bright Pink (Accessories): I tried this combination of pants and accessories with both a yellow t-shirt and white t-shirt. My husband picked the yellow one!
Thanks so much for taking your time to read my styling blog!
Some photography by Kari Strand Photography
I’ve rounded up some items that are available in bright pink for your lower half (all under $30)