Mixing Shades Of Pink

img_0677img_0678img_0673img_0674img_0676img_3367img_0680img_3335img_3390Dress: 1. STATE Coat:Old: Forever 21, Similar, Similar Necklace: Kendra Scott Shoes: DSW Bag: Old:Marc Jacobs, I’ve seen several on Poshmark

Okay friends…Valentine’s Day is officially less than a week away. Are you looking for a “different” Valentine’s Day look? If that’s the case, I have you covered! This weekend when my parents came up to celebrate my birthday, I wore a leopard coat and a little black dress with pink accessories, and I had so much fun with it.

Right now one of the huge trends is the cold shoulder. I found this dress at the Dillard’s New Year Day sale for basically nothing! It has sold out of Dillard’s, but I found the same dress online. The cold shoulder look is “sexy” without being inappropriate.

It was cold at night this weekend, so I paired my LBD with a fun leopard statement coat. Although this coat is not available anymore, I have a similar one linked that is just as cute. One thing I did with this outfit, that for some reason I rarely do, is mix different shades of pink. If you saw my last post, you may have seen I just got this rose quartz necklace for my birthday. I had already planned to wear my fun new hot pink shoes, so I thought what the heck I’ll just wear it all together. I ended up really liking the mixing of two shades of the same color.

What do you think of this look?



  1. Lezlie
    February 8, 2017 / 11:35 am

    Love the leopard and hot pink! Most of my pinks are lighter, may have to try hot pink!

    • February 8, 2017 / 12:06 pm

      Thank you, Lezlie! Yes, I love the hot pinks, since it’s so bold. I have noticed I am loving lighter pinks lately though.

  2. February 8, 2017 / 8:46 pm

    Love the color pop, way to go and you are a natural 😉

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