On Mondays, we wear pink, or whatever Karen said. The feminine world isn’t a world I tap into often. My fashion heart normally strays to neckties and boyfriend jeans. But the end of spring inspired me to tap into feminine fashion. Spring normally influences pastels, florals, and ruffles. This is the season to crush on pretty feminine pieces that compliment ones feminine silhouette. As the weather gets warmer, indulge in warm pastel colors like pink. Think Rosé, blushing at a crush, the “pussy” power movement, and breast cancer…think Pink. The color pink represents an illustration of femininity as it evokes different hues of womanhood.
Step aside little black dress; I’m in love with this pink mini dress with a ruffled hemline that flirts with the idea of feminine beauty. Full-on femme, this dress was paired with snake print GoJane heels and minimal accessories. For a look that provides girlish yet sex appeal, think pink. Little girls dream in pink and men utilize this color to make a powerful statement. The color pink is a multifaceted color that manages to be both girlish and powerful. From gender stereotyping with pink mystique, popularizing the movie Pretty in Pink, and hot pink power suits; this hue has reinvented itself throughout time and made its place in herstory. The color pink represents the battlefields woman have had to fight on for a crumb of equality.
-XOXO BeautyBea 💋