This Spring “Think Pink!”, as quoted from one my most favorite films, Funny Face. The focus is on the softer side of pink. Some are referring to the color trend as Ballet Pink. Reflect on the rehearsal wear of the slippers, leotards and leggings. From a light bisque tone to the more saturated tone like a carnation bring the trend to your wardrobe. You will find the Ballet Pink in casual contemporary pieces, classic corporate wear as well as cocktail and formal dresses. It is the soft feminine approach to pink for spring verses to hot neon color palette of past seasons.
Ralph Lauren’ Resort 2014 is a true tribute to the ballet. Pink paired with black gives the true tribute to the art of ballet commonly found is the dance wear leotards.
With Felder Felder soft separates paired for a sophisticated walk into spring. Free People has the the more organic pink tone in the lines signature bohemian free silhouettes. Bar III offers a light weight rayon biker jacket that can be worn as day casual or evening fabulousness!
Galas and special events have plenty of options for the season’s very pretty in pink. Jenny Packham has a stunning beaded gown in the seasonal softness. Emilia Wickstead red carpet pale pink gown has a retro and classic long sleeved high neck beauty. Zang Toi’s gown with embellish waist line glides with ballet pink elegance into any evening special event. Valentino’s pink be jeweled jacket is perfect for evening as well as day.
Accessories as we know, follow trend. Ballet pink bags by Guess and coach full fill classic shapes in leather or Furla’s funky poly plastic bag is a playful nod to the trend. Jewelry lines such as ABS, Kate Spade, Betsy Johnson and Haskell. Shoes, eyewear and even nail polish round the Ballet Pink trend to a complete fresh spring look.