Mixing all of these pretty pink textures just seems more acceptable in February with Valentine’s Day approaching. I especially love the marshmallow pop – they inspired me to make something sweet and homemade to share with my friends (and use as many sprinkles as possible!).
Column 1: Blouse via Taigan | Clutch via Net-a-Porter
Column 2: Heart print via Etsy | Pink pops via mommygaga.com
Whether Puxatony Phil saw his shadow or not, these shades will brighten your day and your palette.
Row 1: Striped straws via The Tomkat Studio | Save the date via Betsy White Stationary Boutique
Row 2: Gingham bowtie via Knot Now Bow Ties | Bouquet JL Designs via Boella.com
This red hue is part of Pantone’s Spring 2013 fashion color report, and it’s just so happy. Sophisticated and bold, poppy reds pair perfectly with ivory and black.
Column 1: Cake pops via Catch My Party | Poppies via Garden Cincinnati! | Flats via Anthropologie
Column 2: Outfit via Atlantic-Pacific
I’ve always loved neutrals because of how clean, simple and versatile they are. This pale gray will make other colors pop and add a little contrast to your winter white.
Clockwise from top: Flats via BHLDN | Dress: Jenny Packham via people.com | Tablescape: Brandi Welles Photographer via Every Last Detail | Tissue paper pom-poms via Etsy