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20 Style Inspiration with Pink Dress on December!

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Looks trendy and fashionable is a must, especially for every girls. To look fashionable it takes a variety of tricks, especially in the color selection of clothing to support your outfit. Pink is favorite color of the woman is often considered one eye by the fashion lovers because it seems too feminine.

If your dress is a long dress or dress with pink accents all over, then you do not bother to combine it. You just need to play on the shoes colors and also the bag. However, if you want to wear a midi dress model with sleeveless pieces, you can still combine it with a leather jacket or dark coat. In addition to looks more girly, added a leather jacket or coat will make you look cool. Here are some ideas to use a pink dress in many ways!

1. Combine with white color
This feminine pink color will be very suitable when combined with a neutral color like white. This blend of colors will produce a cheerful effect but still cool for those who wear it. This combination is suits for warm personal yet girly.

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2. Casual looks

For those who want to look casual, try to pair your mini dress with black leggings. Can also add flat shoes or bags of pastel pink to complement the look of your style. Awesome!

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3. Combine with pastel color

Why not try to mix your pink dress with another pastel colors like purple, baby blue, soft yellow or mint can be a good friend for the pink color. To enjoy the winter, wear a cable knit sweater and mix with oversized coats and for a relaxed impression.

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4. Wear a vintage shoes

Heels not always looks good on your pink dresses, when you get bored with that style, why not to try wear a vintage shoes like an oxford or a ankle boots, you’ll looks effortless chic!

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5. Bold and bright

If you are bored with black, white, brown, or blue for working outfit, try lo wear a bold clutch or shoes to give a little ‘serious’ touch for your dress.

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