Color Crush: Black, Blossom, and Pale Blue

Oh it’s been ages since my last Color Crush post! Sigh! I sure have missed creating them.

Anyhow, this one was sparked when I spotted this beautiful scarf a few weeks ago. Unfortunately these shades of pink and blue most often remind me of baby showers or nursery decor, however I’ve found that with a pop of moody black they have a whole new appeal. Feminine with a mysterious edge…don’t you agree?! xo Ez

Find more Color Crush posts here.

Safari Sketch ScarfMadewell // Polish colors: Raven, Joan, and Blu - Zoya // Eden One Piece SwimsuitTory Burch // Teesdale DressAntipodium // Pre-Order Etta Glitter-Heel Pumps in Hummingbird Floral - J.Crew | Colorblock Tartine SatchelJ.Crew

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13 Comments

  1. Melanie / / Reply

    That swimsuit is awesome, and you're totally right. Black makes such a huge difference. I never would have thought of pairing those shades of pink and blue, but the black makes it work. Tim Gunn would be so proud.

  2. Alice / / Reply

    Absolutely agree! It's an unusual colour combination that is both soft and edgy. And the scarf is really cool!

    Glad your colour crush posts are back, I've missed them too :o)

  3. Gaby / / Reply

    I was at the fabric store yesterday and bought those 3 same colors, plus white! ;)

  4. Marisa Perry / / Reply

    I get color crushes too!! This post is so creative and I love blocks of pastels with black! And who does not love ballet pink? Thank you so much for sharing!!

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