It’s hard to believe it with snow on the ground, but spring actually isn’t that far away. In fact, Punxsutawney Phil could not find his shadow which means we’re in for an early spring! So, time to start planning.
You know I love incorporating pink into my wardrobe. I shared 5 ways to wear pink in the fall last year, and it was so popular I went ahead and shared 5 more! In honor of spring being right around the corner, I’m sharing some outfit inspiration for ways to rock pink this spring in collaboration with Sole Society. If you haven’t shopped at Sole Society there price to quality ratio is great. I have dozens of bags and shoes from them and all have held up very well over time.
Pink-Inspired Outfits For Spring 2019
Pink Statement Necklace
A fun way to style an outfit with pink is with a pink statement necklace. This stone necklace is from Etsy. In the spring, after months of cold and dreary weather, it’s fun to bring a little color to your outfit and this necklace is an effortless way to do that!
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These Sole Society blush heel booties are an extremely versatile shoe for everyday wear. I think the braided detail on the side is so pretty! There’s even an adjustable suede upper piece. To bring a little more pink into this look, I am also wearing it with the Sole Society Elyhn crossbody. It’s big enough to carry your essentials and designed with studded details that would make it work as an evening bag too. The skinny jeans I’m wearing here are my favorite white skinny jeans.
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Pink Color Blocking
Instead of going for one tone of pink, I love this color blocked pink cardigan! This cardigan runs big, so it gives that cozy, oversized look. I think the color block style with pink below and white and tan above is the perfect balance of colors without going for full-on pink. The cardigan is oversized in your usual size.
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Simple Pink Scarf
This Sole Society scarf is the perfect pop of blush pink. I love that it’s delicate and not overpowering like many winter scarves can be. Because it’s not too heavy it’s great for spring offering just a little bit of extra warmth. You can easily style this scarf a ton of different ways! Here I’m wearing it with a white henley which is super versatile and can be worn a million ways. It fits true to size, I’m wearing an XS.
And, if you’re looking for another blush purse option, this Sole Society Destin Satchel is one of my absolute favorites. It now comes in a crossbody option as well that’s been so popular only one color choice is left.
Cozy Pink Cardigan
If cozy is your go-to for spring, you’ll love this pink look. This oversized, soft cardigan runs large, so get your normal size and it’ll still have that comfy vibe. I love that you can layer it with lots of different tanks and henleys. That also makes it ideal for spring because you can throw it over anything for some extra warmth. For this outfit, I went for a dark grey peplum top (wearing XS), but it’d also look great with white or other light neutrals.
I’m also wearing one of my favorite initial necklaces, I have the 16″ gold length.
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Pink Moto Jacket
I adore this pink moto jacket because it’s the perfect balance of girly and edgy. And, it’s great for spring because it’s not too heavy but still offers some warmth in those unpredictable spring temperatures: freezing one minute, hot the next. The highs and lows – it’s like Monday nights watching the Bachelor.
I’m the moto jacket wearing with my favorite jean leggings. For reference, my necklaces are the 18″ small and 24″ medium. The bag I have is the Sole Society Valah Bucket bag and it’s insanely versatile – and the light color is great for spring! I wear it mostly as a shoulder and crossbody bag when I’m with the kids and it’s vegan leather so it’s easier to keep clean.
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That does it for some pink inspiration for spring. Hopefully Punxsutawney Phil was right and the warmer temps are right around the corner!
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And Some Other Pink Favorites From Sole Society
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Thank you to Sole Society for collaborating on this post.