Three Ways to Wear: Pastel Pink | Blush Outfits


Blush is just one of those colors that speaks to me–ya know? Even though I am always skeptical of how it will look with my skintone, my eye is automatically drawn to it. And it never seems to disappoint me when I try it on in a store or put together an outfit in my closet *wink*

So, for this week’s fabulous Three Ways to Wear, I want to show y’all three fabulous ways to wear pastel pink that will not disappoint!

Oh, I am just tickled pink about these photos, so let’s hop to it! 

Way 1: Weekly Whistle

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Way 2: Casually Blush

This look is all about embracing the ease of pastel pink. Sure, it can be a professional and chic color; however, it can also be fabulously casual! 

To take this dressy pleated skirt from night out to lunch with friends, I simply paired it with a graphic quote tank + a blush flannel button down and a sleek pair of silver pumps. For accessories, I kept it minimalistic to emphasize the casual element. 

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Flannel: GAP
Tank: Express
Skirt: Forever 21
Heels: Target
Bracelet: BlueGrits

Way 3: The Wildcard

Every Thursday, I talk about a wildcard outfit. Now, even though this wildcard look isn’t about mixing crazy patterns or clashing colors, it is about making a wildcard statement with a fancy blouse. 

This Kate Spade blouse is one of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITES obviously because it is denim chambray and has a giant bow on it *wink* So, I look for every opportunity to sport it in funky ways!

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Blouse: Kate Spade
Skirt: Forever 21
Flats: J.Crew


Stay Fabulous,

Abby Hathorn


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