Pretty in Pink

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I've always been a fan of putting my baby in non-traditional colors. I certainly don't believe that pink is for girls and blue is for boys...BUT I must say my baby girl is a total magpie and is totally drawn to sparkles, glitz and anything pink. It's not that I don't like pink. I happen to LOVE pink. I'm a girly girl just like my daughter. I just don't dress her in head to toe pink every day. If she had her way, however, she would totally rock pink every day. So, in honor of my lil' lady bean, today's post is all about pink.

Now when I dress her or myself, for that matter, in pink I like to pair it with something that's decidedly less feminine. Fashion contradictions have always been the cornerstone for my style and I'm (hopefully) passing that fashion philosophy down to my daughter right now. Have you ever tried pairing pink with an olive camo print for instance? The combo can be surprisingly chic! I also love it with a nice, neutral grey. Bright pink and fuchsia is BIG for fall and it really can be paired with a myriad of hues, so start thinking about pink for your back to school shopping. It's about that time lovelies!

Old Navy Satin-Front Top / Children's Place Oversized Icon Sweater / Gap Ribbed Sweater / Old Navy The Boyfriend Skinny Khakis / Children's Place Rhinestud Camo Leggings / Gap Skinny Jeans / Old Navy Jersey Tee Dress / Children's Place Neon Crossbody Bag / Floral Shirtdress

I found a slew of darling pink pieces at Children's Place, Old Navy and Gap. I have been shopping their kids departments for years and they never let me down. My daughter is starting a little toddler program this fall, so for the first time I'm thinking about back to school for her and since I want to make her first "school" experience as wonderful as possible, I plan on peppering her wardrobe with her favorite color!

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