PINK PARADE

In our childhood days, all little girls wore pink. Each pretty princess was once fond of things in all shades of pink―from dresses, toys, bags, shoes and even notebooks. Practically all girls had pink rooms with everything else to match.

 

Some time in adolescence or adulthood, a lot of girls swapped their pretty pinks to whites, reds, blacks and nudes. Some see pink as simply too soft, weak or too girly for some reason or another but more often than not, it’s just a stereotype that’s unfounded and a bit absurd.

 

More than those, pink actually symbolizes love, hope, passion and kindness – things that make a person strong. There is no shame in that. In fact, it’s something to wear proudly.

 

Read on to see how you, too, can imbibe pink power through our key pieces.

 

Not just a pretty face

Is there anything prettier than this charming floral puff sleeve dress? We say yes - a person with a beautiful heart wearing this lovely dress.

 

Powerful Beyond Measure

You definitely need this timeless and classic tweed piece in your wardrobe to prove that power-dressing does not only come in shades of black. Pink does an amazing job too.

 

The future is female

The future is bright for every hardworking woman especially those willing to work 18 hours a day. No need to fret looking drab at work with this light and easy floral top.

 

Girl Boss

Channel your inner girl boss. Offering a fresher and younger spin on the oversized collar trend, this top is ideal for female CEOs, thought leaders and those who aspire to be so in the future.

 

Rose among the thorns

Men of quality should not be threatened by women or equality. Designed in a soft and flowy fabric with an easy-to-wear silhouette, this maxi dress is made for a woman confident in her abilities and her character.

 

Pink and florals can mean a lot of different things to different people. Whatever it means to you, this lip-smacking shade and popping print are undeniably beautiful and can boost your confidence any day and in any season.


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