Five Easy Colour Combinations with Pink

It’s Wednesday! So let’s think of an appropriate line that incorporates wearing pink on a day like today… yep, nah, sorry. Nothing’s coming to me 😉

In my latest reel, I share five easy colour combinations (+ six outfits) incorporating pink. If you can’t tell from the injection of colour I’ve been incorporating into my outfits as of late, 2023 has signalled a shift in my personal style.

This blog post & shop widgets use affiliate links.
Items that were received as PR product are marked with an asterisk *
Click here to read the disclaimer about affiliate links and PR product.

Pink + Black

The Curated blazer* (sz XS – review here), The Fold blouse* (sz UK 8 – current version linked), Anine Bing skirt (sz S, also here and here), Manolo Blahnik mules, Celine bag (old season – similar style here)

Pink + Yellow

Joseph blazer (sz 36), The Fold slip dress* (sz UK 8 – sold out), The Fold heels* (sold out), Celine belt, Celine bag

Pink + Denim

Lilysilk blouse* (sz S), Nobody Denim jeans (sz 26, petite version linked, regular length here), Sarah Flint pumps* (use ‘SARAHFLINT-BAWHATVEEWORE’ for $50USD off), Celine bag (review here)

Pink + Denim (again!)

Lilysilk blouse* (sz S), Sezane skirt (sz FR 36 / AU 8 – featured in my try-on video here and blog post here), Sarah Flint pumps* (use ‘SARAHFLINT-BAWHATVEEWORE’ for $50USD off)

Pink + White

The Fold blouse* (sz UK 8 – current version linked), The Fold trousers* (sz UK 8), Sarah Flint pumps* (use ‘SARAHFLINT-BAWHATVEEWORE’ for $50USD off), Celine bag (old season – similar style here)

Pink + Beige

Everlane blazer* (sz 0), Arket t-shirt (sz S), The Fold trousers* (sz UK 8 – sold out, similar here and here), Ally shoes* (use ‘VIRGINIA40’ for $40 off your first pair of heels or ‘VIRGINIA10’ for 10% off your first pair of flats), Tory Burch tote (review here)

Thanks for stopping by.

P.S. Check out these easy colour combinations with yellow.



  1. Jewel
    April 27, 2023 / 2:02 am

    Virginia, I love your style and have found myself getting lots of inspo from your posts. Would you consider posting about alternatives to items from places like The Fold. Sure, their pieces are beautiful but even with my generous salary I have a hard time swallowing a $400 USD price tag for a single pair of pants. Understand quality and all that jazz and I’m no stranger to Theory or Boss pieces but even those go on sale and aren’t breaking the bank as they can be found at discount places a lot of times if you know what you’re looking for. Just some food for thought. I hate cheap, plastic feeling items but there has to be some happy medium where quality doesn’t cost an arm and a leg? Love your posts, thank you for all the lovely pieces.

    • April 28, 2023 / 10:39 am

      Thanks so much for your feedback. I’m an outfit repeater hence wearing my pieces from The Fold often and I appreciate their hefty price tags. When I have the time, I do try to seek out alternatives, but I’m less inclined to share pieces that I haven’t had firsthand experience with just in case they end up being disappointing. Whenever I do find a great dupe, I’m quite loud and proud about it! haha

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Where I can, I’ve added affiliate links, where you can support by clicking through to featured items.
Click here to read my disclaimer on affiliate links and PR products.