5 Ways To Style Color Blush Into Your Life & Home
For Your Wardrobe
With Valentine's Day next week, I thought it was only appropriate to discuss the color pink in today's post! (Last week we styled Gingham, if you missed it check it out here!) So, to kick things off we're talking Athleisure - have you guys gotten on board to this trend yet? Obviously (per last week's posts, I love a good white tennis shoe, with this one being my go to...I'm not kidding when I say I bulk buy these things). So, last year I thought I'd step it up a notch and bought these sneakers (in a pink & grey color) to wear with jeans. I love them so much, that I'm currently in the market for another pair and am loving the blush tone of these, these & these. Pair them with a basic white tee, some distressed denim, and a luxe leather crossover for a super casual, yet pulled together look, great for playtime at the park or lunch with friends.
I'm currently wearing this blush sweater on repeat these days. This is my go to 'uniform' during the colder months, as I've collected quite a range in color of these (25% off today with code ZY5BU). They're a lighter weight which is perfect for our southern winter. They run true to size, you want this to be fitted (but don't worry, they're in no way a slim fit) Great with jeans, I also transition them with shorts in the spring. This time of year, pair with a colorful ballet flat. And another trend I'm daring myself to try this Spring is the bandanna. I love the liberty print on this one. Tie it around your neck as a necklace alternative or tie a bow on a purse for a colorful pop.
For The Home
A subtle way to bring some color to the kitchen along with a fresh aroma! This is my favorite scent for Spring. Pair with white dish towels for the perfect hostess gift (this would also be a great teacher gift for Valentine's Day!). Next to the sink it looks great paired near a cake stand filled with all those heart shaped sugar cookies I'm hoping to make(#goals). And while I'm discussing the kitchen, I ran across these ceramic hand juicers the other day ~ too cute and they may just motivate me to make hand squeezed orange juice!