Pink & Rose for Spring and Womens History Month
Happy Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day! I love celebrating this Spring holiday for so many reasons – and it always makes me feel like the new season & hope are in the air!
In honor of the holiday, I styled today’s look for an uber feminine & girly outfit – in all shades of pink.
Here are the exact ingredients to this outfit formula, and how I styled it:
- The Pink Jumpsuit. This romper by Loveshackfancy is the definition of all things fun, positive and Spring! I love the corduroy fabric and braided belt; despite the oversized look, it comes in at the waist and is roomy yet tapered in the legs – creating a rather flattering silhouette. It’s such a spot of bright against the dark streets of Brooklyn – it radiates freshness! Sadly, it’s sold out in this color – but you can check out the link below to sign up to a waitlist, and I also found it in a great floral print in the same silhouette.
- Elegant Suede Booties. I styled these See by Chloe Lizzie Booties in a recent post (see HERE) – and they look completely different with this look. They are stunning in person – sadly, also sold out in this color!
- Mini Cross Body Bag. This Ganni Banner Crossbody is such a fun bag – admittedly, it doesn’t fit much, but the color really pops, and this pink shape is quite unique. You can use it as a small purse for going out – bring it along in addition to a larger tote bag to carry the essentials.
- Creative Earrings. These Paperclip earrings caught my eye – they’re by a brand called 8 Other Reasons. Their jewelry is very unique – I included some favorites in the carousel below (it’s affordable but looks luxe!)
- Classic Sunnies. I completed the look with a pair of Garrett Leight Calabar Sunglasses – pink + green is one of my favorite color combos!
I hope this inspires you to try out a similar outfit this Spring!
As always, please feel free to share the outfits you create via Instagram, using hashtag #ModnitsaOutfit in your posts, and I’ll be sure repost them on my stories!
Photography by Anna Vivare