As I age (I am 65) I find pink more flattering and accessible than before. (I think my 'pink vocabulary' was limited, and I look horrible in pastels.) But a tart pink, even as an accent, lifts me from looking severe or dull in neutrals, and is kinder and more multi-season than a bright red.
I find myself drifting from black and red to grey and pink as i get older, too. It seems to be more flattering and somehow seems to fit how I feel about myself these days. And, there are so many nice shades of pink. Your color plans have been a great help.
You forgot bashful. How could you have blush and not remember bashful?
Pepto pink. :)
Thank you! She signed "KiKi wants pink socks please" this morning. (That's 5 uncoached signs!)
Gotta love that she put please in that sentence!
Please was easy to teach her to sign. She is learning thank you as a sign, but almost always says "thank you momma" regardless of who she is talking to. Her new "words" are "bless you momma". Tom, me, who ever, but she gets the bless you out, and that's what counts. Now, if we could just find clothes for her, we'd be set. 33 pounds, 4Ts are 4 inches too short, 5s are big enough to go around her twice. She LOVES the colors and patterns.
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