Tuesday, 22 November 2016


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Pink has been a trend for girls from birth. The gender myth teaches women to love the colour & it can represent fertility, power, & spirituality.

The spring trend of pink has transitioned into fall with more saturated hues of blush/rose that can make you positively glow. Pink is not just for the cheeks anymore! My dark rose ripped sweater is feminine & romantic in colour but has an edge with its sporty cut, relaxed fit, & hood. Some girly pinks can make you look washed out so creating a contrast with dark colours can add strength to pastels & pinks which is why I wore it with my grey oversized coat.

The best way to wear pinks is monochromatic outfits mixing layers in cascading shades of blush. The different shades of pink work well together as the accent shade in warm & cool with my @divabeeboutiquecv blush suede hat & Alaia pom pom sandals. I love all types of chokers right now so I added some interest to my look with my @divabeeboutiquecv perspex ring choker.



  1. So you've plumped up your lips, changed your hair a little bit, dressed up in fancier clothes, started carrying an expensive bag, have this blog and see yourself as some 'fashion blogger'/ trendsetter/ instagram popular/ women-wanna-be-like-me/us - ass women? You and your sister have sold yourselves and your body/respect all for some stuff to put in your closet, and some places to travel to. Disgrace to women that earn their keep, their money, what they wear, what they travel in. Whether you carry a birkin or not, there is value in earning something with hard work---that's when you can stunt for real, knowing you put in hours to spend $ on something nice for yourself. Its nice getting presents from your man here and there, but ya'll been sleeping with countless men just to live a life you didn't actually earn. My suggestion if you have any self-worth left: disappear off social media, humble yourself, educate yourself, get a hard working/earning job, learn the value of a dollar, and prove why your childhood insecurities and desires to be popular haven't held you back from being grown, respectable, and independent women that hold their own. I mean that in the kindest way. It's sad to see many women in society that are still little girls that for whatever reason weren't popular, or didn't have the nicest toys or clothes, and they've grown up desiring to fill that emptiness; in the wrong way. You didn't go earn an education or start with an entry level job and work you way towards success, you took the cheap sleezy way into being one of those illegitimate women you see in an elevator carrying nice things, but her insecurity still drips through because of the way she's looking around, to see if people are noticing "her worth". Be worthy.