I think I read somewhere that the color pink was originally worn by men. I'm so glad it somehow became a color associated with girls because I LOVE pink. I'm not really sure why I'm so obsessed with pink. Maybe because it's such a cool and feminine color. It's my happy color for sure. I'm a bit of a tomboy but adding pink to my outfit or anything really instantly makes me feel girly.
So... I didn't get to write a post on Valentine's Day, one of my favorite holidays since it incorporates a lot of heart motifs and some pink. But I've decided to wear pink as much as possible for my next few outfit posts. I've been having a rough couple of weeks (man, who knew adulting could be so hard) and I'm hoping having a little more pink in my life will get me pumped back up after taking a short break from blogging.
I scored this fab pink dress from Moore Vintage. I met this awesome vintage seller last year at the Manhattan Vintage Show (save the date for the next Manhattan Vintage Show happening April 7th & 8th). I love Moore Vintage's amazing collection filled with extremely wearable and drool worthy pieces. I belted this fab pink vintage dress with a belt I scored from Hamlet's Vintage. I try not to be too matchy-matchy but couldn't help but wear this awesome pink coat from Fox & Fawn that matched the dress so well. I so need to get into the habit of wearing tights or stockings with dresses but until then I'll keep wearing jeans under dresses. Hehe. I wore my favorite jeans from East Village Vintage Collective. I just couldn't help but wear my favorite sunnies from Beacon's Closet & these cool oxfords from ASOS.
Outfit details: Coat - Fox & Fawn | Dress - Moore Vintage | Sunglasses - Beacon's Closet | Jeans - East Village Vintage Collective | Shoes - ASOS| Belt - Hamlet's Vintage
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