Everyone Loves Pink
Let’s face it, you know that I know, that you love the colour pink. Even without realising your subconsciously attracted to any tones of pink. I mean it’s everywhere! There’s literally no escape, From the runways to all over Social Media and there’s a reason why every major online fashion brand uses the power of pink!
According to Google ‘The colour pink is the colour of universal love of oneself and of others. Pink represents friendship, affection, harmony, inner peace and approachability. Pink is the sweet side of the colour red’. Isn’t that just the cutest! Basically, pink is that fuzzy feeling inside that you get when you take the first bite of a piece of chocolate or when you open your door and your dog or cat greets you. It’s just all the feels.
It’s why no surprise that I was so drawn to the sweetest dress from Boohoo! I’ve been buying a lot of pink lately; every texture you can imagine – from velvet crop tops, silk shirts to tinted sunglasses & bags. I just can’t stop, I think I genuinely have a pink addiction. The majority of my Autumn / Winter wardrobe is beaming with it and it just makes me so happy! Can we also just talk about this superb Ted Baker bag from My Bag Online? You guys, the Rose Gold details are simply divine.
Photographer: Jean-Michael Ipock
I mentioned in my previous post that I’ve donated a fair few of my clothes (which you can read more on here) thanks to Boohoo and I highly suggest that you guys think about doing the same, why not let someone else make new memories with your unwanted items 🙂
If your interested Boohoo has partnered up with TRAID as part of their Autumn Amnesty campaign! If you didn’t know TRAID are ‘A fashion reuse charity working to tackle the negative environmental and social justice impacts of fashion by stopping unwanted clothes from being thrown away’. You can donate your unwanted outfits to TRAID in three ways:
1. Book a free home collection and we’ll pick up direct from your door. Book online
www.traid.org.uk/collections or call 020 8733 2595
2. Drop them off in one of their 11 charity shops
3. Drop them off at their UK-wide network of 1,300 clothes reuse banks.
Or if you have a few hours spare why not Volunteer in the their London based charity shops? What do you think?
Love, Pingkan x