A Bit Of Blush

Featuring (from left to right, top to bottom): Sue-Shan, Charmain, Sara, Syeerah, Denise, Alice

It’s not often that we see pink in professional getups, but that doesn’t make it any less acceptable for the workplace. As with other colours, the same rules apply with colour-blocking—a light bubblegum or coral pink plays well with light-coloured pieces, while bolder hues such as fuchsia can be balanced with darker bottoms, or something with an equal visual weight. Pink doesn’t just play the leading role—pieces in a dusty pink can be matched with similar muted tones, or accentuated with a bag or pair of heels in a nude tone. It’s not limited to clothes and accessories, either—make a splash with pink-tinged makeup, be it lipstick, eyeshadow, or even hair. Whether your choice of hue is pastel or punchy, there’s no doubt you’ll stand out when you get pretty in pink.

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