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  • THINK DAHLIA, OR BETTER YET… JUST WEAR IT!
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THINK DAHLIA, OR BETTER YET… JUST WEAR IT!

Dahlia is the colour of the season and the most wearable and easiest shade to incorporate into your wardrobe.. Our design team is embracing dahlia pink for spring, offering a selection of shoulder bearing dresses and over sized jumpers in the ultra-feminine shade. While some designers recommend keeping your pinks in line, others prefer to mix and match different shades of the ladylike hue.

Jeremy Laing offered a selection of head-to-toe pink ensembles at his Autumn/Winter 2013 show, combining bold berry hues with the softest pastel pinks. Diane Von Furstenberg and Paul Smith played the mixing game at their respective Autumn/Winter 2013 shows as well. Both labels presented sharply tailored looks that saw the sweetest shades of rosy pink combined with jewel-toned fuchsias.

Moschino Cheap and Chic are strong promoters of pink fashion for this spring, with skirted ensembles on the runway blending fierce Schiaparelli pink with girlish candy-like shades. Marc Jacobs suggests experimenting with metallic pink; the designer added edge to his Autumn/Winter 2013 runway with a variety of shimmering pink get-ups. Tanya Taylor ditched pink’s girly undertones at her Autumn/Winter 2013 show as well, offering a metallic leather moto jacket in the rosy hue.

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