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Think pink: get set for spring
Are you already looking forward to your first strawberry ice-cream of the year, or some delicious candyfloss at the spring festival?
Winter is far from over, but secretly we’re already yearning for the days to get longer, the sun to get warmer and nature to awaken from its winter slumber. Enough of drab grey – the coming of spring brings a splash of colour back to your wardrobe! Time for fashion fans to start thinking about the perfect outfit for the new season.
And it’s the trendy colour pink, in all its different shades, that heralds the approach of spring this season. With its wide variety of hues and tones, pink is anything but drab. We’ll see delicate pinks reminiscent of candyfloss, pinks as vibrant as fruity strawberry ice cream, and gaudy fuchsias – and they can all be combined in different ways depending on the occasion.
The all-over pink look is especially popular this spring. Masculine styles are perfect for toning down the ‘little-girlishness’ of this feminine colour. So for our styling tip, we’ve chosen straight-cut trousers with a crease and a casual V-neck top. The glossy sheen of the fabric lends this outfit more than enough glamour for an elegant evening event. So why not swap a dress for trousers and a blouse?
Högl’s Rendezvous heels in a delicate powder shade complete the look. Made from soft lambskin, they offer optimum comfort, and their classic style makes them a great match for lots of different outfits. During the day they add a feminine touch to your business look, and in the evening their simple elegance is the perfect complement for a glamorous evening gown.
Two piece suite: Zara
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