Indeed, the month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and as women, we can wear pink this month to spread the cause and message.

The other day, I was trying to mix and match with this skirt that I own and thought a bright pink top would do just the trick. And after rummaging my very crowded wardrobe, I am ashamed to report that I do not own a single piece of plain hot pink something. So yes, perhaps some retail therapy is needed and meanwhile let’s admire the myriad of pink available in the market.

Pink things from Zara: (from left) Rib Trousers , Blazer with Turn Back Cuffs , Mohair Cardigan

I love this shade of bright fuschia pieces from the Outnet. It’s not saccharine sweet but pink with a dash of attitude.

(from left) Halston Heritage Garbadine Trench £240.41 , Alice by Temperley Renee Wrap Effect Jersey Dress £97.50 , See by Chloé Ruffles Silk Satin Dress £155.83

Other lovely items in a dustier shade of pink. (from left) McQ cotton and silk blend tuxedo shirt £148.93 , DKNY Flower-appliqué mini skirt £71.49 , Z Spoke by Zac Posen Twist-strap leather shoulder bag £132.76

Found more pink apparels from my favourite ASOS!

(from left) Monkee Genes Supa Classic Skinny Jeans £60.00, ASOS Lace Jumpsuit £55.00ASOS 60s Shift Dress with High Neck £35.00

If you are thinking of investing in another pair of bright coloured jeans, I think pink could be a good trendy apparel for the upcoming seasons.

Last but not least, accentuate your outfits with some pink accessories!

(from left) ASOS Tassel Suede Wedge Shoe Boot £55.00 , ASOS Fluro Skinny Belt £6.00, O’Clock Silicone Pink Watch £35.00



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