Pink was always, always my color as a child. My nails were always painted pink: a sweet little trick for parents to twins: Summer's nails were always purple. This is unquestionably the main reason why I feel comfortable in pink. From an early age, I associated it with my identity. Pink helped people tell us apart, pink was me, purple was Summer. My dresses, pyjamas, shoes, diaries, accessories- you name it: it was probably pink.
I'm so very proud of being a girly girl. I'm proud of what girls have achieved, girly or not- proud of my girl friends, proud of my mind, proud to show off that girly-ness to the world without ever frowning down upon it. Here's to the color pink and to all it symbolizes.
I wore this outfit on a day out last week, a day well spent exploring the British Museum and walking the streets of London, the spring air warm and the sun shining.
Full outfit is from Zara! Bag, belt and shoes are faux-leather.
All make-up is cruelty free: Charlotte Tilbury Foundation + face powder, Anastasia Beverly Hills brow wiz, Nars lipstick and blush, Kat Von D tattoo liner and concealer.
Hope you're all having a lovely week! & thankyou for reading!