February is the month of love. With Valentine’s Day approaching, I can’t help but be inspired by it. Today’s style guide is made for those skeptical few who still hold onto fashion dos and don’ts. Forget all you have ever heard about not wearing red and pink together; in reality they are the perfect pair. The key is to keep the red true instead of a shade of maroon or berry. Once you have your red piece, add any shade of pink from blush to fuchsia. I don’t know why these colors have gotten such a bad rap because, when styled appropriately, they can make up the perfect modern and colorful outfit. I’m not saying you should wear this on the 14th, but when you are comfortable making this big statement. Check out these three outfits and find which one inspires you to rock this style. Rules were meant to be broken and, since fashion is all about self-expression. There shouldn’t be rules to begin with!
1. Julie Vos – Bali Bracelet | 2. Julie Vos – Lion Stone Stud | 3. H&M – Drawstring Shoulder Bag | 4. Zara – Asymmetrical Skirt Jacquared Dress | 5. Dorothy Perkins – Blush Trench Coat | 6. Vince Camuto – Elvine Bootie
1. BaubleBar – Crystal Garland Strand | 2. BaubleBar – Crystal Mason Ring | 3. Clare V. – Foldover Clutch | 4. TopShop – Pleated Wrap Kilt | 5. Madewell – Pullover Sweater | 6. Kate Spade – Yanni Heels
1. KT Collection – Long Chain Necklace | 2. Daniel Wellington – Classic Bristol Lady Watch | 3. Asos – Cross Body Bag | 4. J.Crew – Wool Pants | 5. Calvin Klein – Pleated Blouse | 6. Sole Society – Anneke Pump