French Magazine series 1 Spring

The flowers are blooming and the  blossom is adding vibrant colour to the trees. The pink apple blossom is my favourite.

It feels like time to break out of our dark winter neutrals and step into lighter and brighter colours.

Here I have chosen to combine shades of pink with white and cream. Fresh and joyful.

 

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Pink & White combination

 

 

 

French mag pink coat 3

 

 

Pink and white
Hope you are enjoying a glorious Spring wherever you live.

9 Comments

  1. plutrell
    28th April 2014 / 17:57

    I am not a huge fan of pink…however…I really like this second coat! It is beautiful and chic and just makes me smile about the warmer season. Love it!

  2. wendy mcleod macknight
    28th April 2014 / 21:32

    I love a pink coat. Sigh….

  3. 28th April 2014 / 23:29

    what is the Bobbi Brown lipstick color? Love it! Thank you

    • 29th April 2014 / 09:56

      Hi Donna
      The Bobbi brown lipstick is Uber pink lip colour Neon pink.

    • 29th April 2014 / 10:12

      Hi Donna
      The Bobbi Brown lipstick is Uber pink Lip colour in Neon pink

  4. 29th April 2014 / 06:02

    The pink and white look is so fresh and bright. I don’t usually wear pink but I would wear the first coat.

  5. 29th April 2014 / 13:36

    I love the beltless Max Mara coat. I tried it on last week at Holt Renfrew in a gorgeous cherry red. It was yummy! But I already own two spring coats…and Max Mara is lovely, but pricey…..so maybe next year.

  6. WendyB
    29th April 2014 / 18:34

    Beautiful! I do love pink. I know black is tres chic etc. but it really doesn’t suit me. I’m a Spring so I love this time of year when the blossom’s out and everything’s starting to come into flower.

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