La vie en rose

We will show you how to wear the trend colour Vintage Rose this summer

You’re thinking of children’s clothes or Barbies when you hear the word rose? We will convince you of the contrary with our outfit ideas. This new shade is a total eye-catcher and, unlike the classic pink, it presents a less girlish and more elegant and feminine side. We'll now show you how to skilfully style this colour.

Colour-blocking

Not only black and white are classic combination partners for Vintage Rose. Colour-blocking with different shades of pink may take some courage but it's ultramodern and grown-up, as the following three looks will prove. Vintage Rose in combination with soft pink tones, a bright yellow and a plain dark blue- we think- makes for the perfect colour combination.

Vintage Rose & white

Particularly in summer, white and pink are a perfect match, which creates a light pastel look.

Casual & chic

If you’re the type who tends to wear jeans, combine your favourite trousers with a pink it-piece like a blouse or a blazer.

Girly & cool

If you’re the type who wears a dress or a skirt for any occasion, be it at work or in everyday life, then a pink piece with girlish allure won’t hurt. The girly look is broken up by cool sneakers and a casual denim jacket. Combined with denim jackets, Vintage Rose looks super laid-back. Special effect: with a Sherpa collar and a fluffy lining the outfit is even suitable for autumn.

Stylish & feminine

The combination with a Camel colour produces a very stylish and feminine effect. For example, a camel-coloured coat over a pink blouse can look very grown-up.

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