Monday, March 9, 2009

Palest Pink

What we could use around here is a good, healthy dose of pink. Not that too-sweet, cotton candy version of childhood, but a grownup pink; the palest of pinks. Just a sublte, feminine way to do pink if you're over the age of ten. Here are some wonderful ways you can add a little pink to your life:

I could definitely use this spoon dock in my kitchen.

Pink Pearls. Enough said.

A grown-up, sexy, ruffly top.
Wear it alone or throw a jacket over it for those chilly spring evenings.

A sweeter alternative to the gladiator.

Don't forget your fingers and toes.

Or go all-out and add some pink to your living room.


Blair said...

I adore that room and would love any of those pretty pink items. I did just break my spoon rest:)

ms. less is always more said...

ohhh... i love each and every selection! just great!

Anonymous said...

LOVE those sandals---and of course they're j. crew and horrifically overpriced.

but it doesn't cost a penny to admire that beautiful living room!

Kotori said...

What beautiful shades of pink - I think I might need to go buy myself some nail polish (while I like the sandals, the polish is a bit cheaper!)

anonymously chic said...

i'm not bashful about my love of pink (in moderation of course). these examples are great- i especially like the ruffly top and the nail polish!

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

Gorgeous! I love the pale pink pillow in the last photo!

Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

what a gorgeous shade! that living room is a dream

Rachel Mallon said...

That shade of pink is so beautiful! I especially love that pearl necklace and that living room!

Chelsea said...

That living room is beautiful! I am such a fan of fun little pillows. Good find