I remember a college professor of mine once said that according to color psychology “you couldn’t be unhappy in the presence of pink”, and I completely agree with this statement. I’ve had pink phases in my life where I seem to be drawn to this color. I think I might be entering into another pink phase as I am buying more and more pink items lately.
There is something so feminine, fresh, and vibrant about the color pink. It adds that nice youthful and girly touch to any item that you wear.
Pink in Spring, how original? (I imagine this being said in Miranda Priestly’s voice)
Happy Sunday my loves!
Is it just me or are the weekends getting shorter as we get older? With all of the graduations happening around the corner, it has me reminiscing about college lately. I’ve been seeing pictures on Facebook and Instagram of these girls I met before they had their very first college class when I was a Rho Gamma (Recruitment Guide for sororities) as a Senior, and they will be graduating NEXT weekend.
Seriously, where has the time gone?! I know I’m not the only one who feel this way…but reminiscing over. That can be for another blog post.
Remember when you first saw Wizard of Oz and fell in love with Dorothy’s singtaure gingham dress? I do! This print is clearly timeless as it is still going strong in fashion today. If you love this print then you’re in luck because it is a major trend this spring and summer season. There is something girly, playful, and fresh about gingham.
It hasn’t quite reached full Spring weather here in Switzerland so I am still rocking the transitional pieces. When I look at pictures on Instagram of everyone at home in Dallas (rStheCon is on right now), I am so jealous of the fabulously sunny and warm weather. I feel like for most of us in Europe are in the same boat. The day starts off quite chilly in the morning and warms up throughout the day, which can leave anyone frustrated on what to wear for two very different temperatures.
Ladies, I think I have found the perfect transition piece to solve any wardrobe worries you may have in this situation. Read more to see this perfect transitional grey knit dress that has some unexpected detailing when it warms up enough to remove that jacket.