I am not a pink type of person when it comes to clothing or accessories or decor. I actually don’t think I own anything that is pink.Β  It’s not that I dislike pink it’s just that it’s not a colour I am naturally drawn to – unless it occurs outside my front door.

Christian Dior said :

The tones of gray, pale turquoise and pink will prevail.

I think he must have been walking around my neighbourhood when he said it.

Everywhere I go flowers are smiling at me. With Spring casting her fairy glow on the streets I have been well and truly pinkified.

25 thoughts on “PINKIFY ME

  1. Hi Selma,
    Isn’t Spring wonderful with all the lovely colours in the gardens, seems to bring everything back to life again.
    I don’t mind pink at all, but it doesn’t seem to suit me in clothing, unless it is only a tiny bit of pink mixed in with another colour.


  2. Oh what a feast! I LOVE pink, all shades. And I love to wear it too, gives me a lift. This is sooooo pretty Sel. You are in a pink phase and we are about to begin the orange and gold phase here, if fall ever gets here this year. It’s still so hot and no colors. 😦

    Happy Thursday, G πŸ™‚


  3. I used to think that pink definitely wasn’t my colour, then I bought a grey sweater with thin pink stripes, which has become one of my favourites.


    1. A lot of men wear pink now – you wouldn’t have seen it years ago, would you? I see a lot of the office guys in the city wearing pink ties and shirts. It really suits some of them. Grey and pink is a nice combo!


  4. Even here. Spring has seriously sprung. Of course most of our flowers here in Bots go subtle, whites, purples, cream, but things are looking lovely. Now all we need is a bit of rain.


    1. Whites, purples and cream would be gorgeous. We need some rain too. I am starting to worry about how dry the summer is going to be. Hope it rains soon.


  5. Ah! And here in Massachusetts it is autumn in the air, the colors not quite yet turning, still the last of the greens. Thanks for the reminder of our opposite seasons. It’s quite amazing.


    1. It always makes me do a double take when I realise that on the other side of the world you are experiencing opposite seasons to us. It really IS a big, wide world!


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