If you’ve been past any boutique windows in the past few weeks, you’ll notice that spring has sprung– and with it, brought an onslaught of all things pink.
If you read my earlier post about my predictions for the biggest trends of 2017, you’ll know I was dead on with predicting the rise of blush; the pretty pink hue has been dubbed the color of the season. But it doesn’t stop there– already trend analysts are predicting pink’s staying power, starting with a soft blush and eventually bursting into a hot pink for the Summer and fading into a beautiful jewelled magenta come Autumn.
I love to live in the now, so I figured I’d start what I’m calling the Period of Pink with my favorite blush picks of the season.
You all know me. I’m a sucker for a ballet-style tulle skirt. Pair this with a crop top and heels and you’re set.
This pouch is basically hand-held spring time.
“But Lisa,” you will sigh, pausing in your scrolling to roll your eyes. “It’s just a button down.”
Every button down is a just button down. This is adorable, leave me alone.
Cute, comfortable, and practical. Who doesn’t love a bomber?
Okay, okay, so the skirt isn’t technically blush. But this is a great way to incorporate the color into your wardrobe if you’re hesitant, or if you suspect head-to-toe pink isn’t your style.
Odds are you already own these in some form or another, but if you’ve yet to pick up a pair I highly recommend grabbing these in blush this season. They’re an awesome alternative to the white converse that’s been so trendy the last few summers.
I’m obsessed with this piece. The pink makes it fun and girly, while the leather gives an undeniable edge of badassery.
Another piece for the timid. This scarf is also awesome because it’s color combination can be worn from Spring into Autumn.
I wish I could put emojis here because ~*heart eyes*~
50’s inspired footwear is very in, and you really can’t beat the subtle funk of the snakeskin pattern printed here.
I can sense you judging me for including another tulle skirt on this list but I’m choosing to ignore it.
This blush is so subtle it’s almost a neutral, which is beautiful in its own right. Paired with the rose gold finishes, how can you not love it?
Although this dress may look a little tricky, the A-line silhouette is actually flattering on almost every body type. Plus, the off the shoulder look is perfect for anyone who possesses collar bones.
Cute, simple. Just trendy enough. Love it.
These are just so extra, you can’t help but love them. Pair with ripped skinny jeans and you’re golden.
What do you think, Broke Babes? Love it? Hate it? Digging the blush trend?
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