Want to know how to beat the winter blues? With pink of course! Add some romance to your wardrobe this season these wonderful ways to wear blush.
Pretty pinks aren’t just for summer. The best way to tackle your winter wardrobe worries is to lighten-up – literally. Wearing blush tones this season is the savvy way to conquer day-to-night dressing. Here are our tips to keep you feeling rosy, whatever the occasion.
Skirt Around Heavy Silhouettes
Dread the bulky layers that come with less sun? Why not show your feminine side, and streamline your silhouette by pairing a pretty blush knit with a skirt. Make tights your new best friend so you can still show off those legs without feeling the cold. We love a knit and skirt combo for a day-to-night look, just throw on some lipstick and dance the night away – no change needed!
Nude Pleated Cuff Jumper £25, Black Vinyl Skirt Coming Soon
Fall for Winter Florals
One of fashion’s major misconceptions is that floral prints are reserved for summer only. We are here to bust that myth as winter florals are a brilliant way to embrace the mood of the season while still keeping your outfit on point. By mixing lighter blush hues with berry tones you can still stay seasonal, without having to compromise on your all-time favourite print. By blending blush with darker colours your go-to blossom pattern also becomes more night-time suitable, making it perfect for cocktail hour.
DP Curve Indigo Skinny Ripped Jeans £25, Floral Bardot Coming Soon, Berry Shearling Jacket Coming Soon, Black ‘Atlas’ Square Toe Boots £39
Style It With Silver
Metallics have the power to add oomph to any outfit and look dreamy when teamed with pink pastels. Grey tones are big this season and have dominated the runway so adding a little silver to your colour pallette is a sure fire way to freshen up your look. By mixing blush with metallics you can still bring the drama while keeping that perfect balance of office-to-out style.
Try Out New Textures
When it comes to winter dressing textures really come into play. From faux-fur to silky velvets and sassy sequins there are so many lovely options to choose from! Textures have the power to add richness to any look, and in a beautiful blush hue, can soften even the most out-there fabrics. So whether you want to stay snug in a fluffy jacket or embrace the shearling trend, you stay looking both weather-appropriate and chic.
Black Balloon Sleeve Top £24, Blush Faux Shearling Biker £55, Tall Black Shimmer Peplum Hem Skirt £24,
Don’t Compromise, Accessorise
Want to keep your look sweet but still stick to your winter uniform? Ease darker tones with an accessory or two. Soft pinks go with almost any colour and can make light work of even the dreariest browns and blacks. Why not add a sparkling blush clutch to make your daytime look a little more glam, or throw on some hot pink heeled boots for a full-on party look.
Velvet Glitter Clutch £20, Mink ‘Apurla’ Heeled Boots £45
For more style solutions check out our Blush Romance trend for outfit ideas we know you’ll love.