Think Pink for Spring
Pink is big for spring, and there are some gorgeous ways to wear the color. But before you overhaul your spring wardrobe, find a shade that works best for your skin tone. Here's a tip. Use your undertone–or the color that lies beneath your skin–to determine the right color for you. The three primary undertones are warm, cool, and neutral. If you notice a green tint to your veins you have a warm undertone and should try peachy, fiery pinks with a red base. But if your veins are crystal blue, your cool undertone looks best in powder or mauve pinks with a blue base. Neutral undertones have a combination of visible vein colors and can wear any shade. Here's how three bloggers incorporated pink into their spring looks.
If you are a pink fanatic go for an head-to-toe look like the one shown (left) on Hallie Swason of Hallie Daily.
If pink is not your thing, but you want to participate in the trend, try adding a pop of pink by incorporating a great handbag or shoe to your outfit like Veronica of Bittersweet Colours did (middle). And never underestimate the impact of a great shade of lipstick.
Lastly, adding a signature pink piece is another great way to add the color in your wardrobe. Jenny of Margo and Me (right) creates a perfect black canvas for the camel and pink coat!
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