Jan 17, 2018

New blush pink & ruffled blouse













I don't wear pink often, but whenever I do, I really enjoy it. It depends what kind of shade of pink too... I can't say that I love very bright pinks. On other people, yes, but not necessarily on me. But this blush pink color you see here today is just lovely! I paired it with this old H&M jacket because I wanted the different shades of pink (and rust) to play off each other. I really like how this combo turned out, as I don't wear this jacket often either, always thinking that it doesn't go well with a lot of things in my closet. But hey, I paid $10 bucks for it way back when, so it was definitely a great buy! My blouse is $24 right now, so please hurry as I think it will go quick. You can't see it here, but it has shoulder cutouts too that take this blouse to a whole 'nother level... Sorry guys, I couldn't take my jacket off to show you haha! It was so cold (I am talking 8 degrees F) that despite trying I couldn't do it. Turns out, there IS a limit to how much I can 'suffer' for fashion haha!

Wearing: Asos ruffle blouse; H&M jacket (old); Maison Scotch jeans (old, similar here and here); Chloe Susanna boots (beige suede here, black here).


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  1. Love all the color pops. The brocade is beautiful against the pink top!
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    Samantha
    www.thenewyorkblonde.com

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    1. Thank you so much Samantha! I really appreciate it. I love your blog, btw!

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  2. In love with this jacket.
    PS this shade of pink looks so good on you.

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    1. Thank you for your sweet words. This jacket is so old, but I love the colors on it so much!

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  3. Oh I love this beautiful look*-*
    Kisses from Germany
    xxMaj-Britt

    https://majstatement.com/

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    1. Thank you Maj-Britt! So nice to hear from someone across the ocean :) ~Monika

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