I’m not really a blush pink kind of gal, but of course there are always exceptions, one of which would be my gorgeous blush pink jumpsuit.
Post fashion week season, my eyes were tuning pink, with so many shade of the colour strutting down the streets it felt almost a necessity to drag something out of my treasure box in the colour – if only to satiate my need.
First of all, this not an exceptional piece and it doesn't have a label, although it is made of a very nicely cut crepe and all the darts are all in the right places. The arm holes are tight to the body but not so much that they are unflattering. The hem is not seamed, which has something to do with undoing the hem when it was dry cleaned so that it doesn't leave unsightly fold marks if you decide to take it up or down. In this particular case, the lack of seams was very much appreciated, as the piece was made for someone shorter in the leg. There are some intricate additions like a gold burst clutter on the zip's head which add an extra touch of the unique whilst bordering on the rococo
I adore my H Stern style Sputnik multi-coloured gemstone pendant from the 60's and although it's not exactly the best combo, it is visible on the pink background, which I like. I've been awakened to anything to do with the Cosmos recently, after discovering mimilamour jewellery in Paris this season.
The bag is from a Canarian designer Alilovesyou, and its big enough for all my kit and I am in love with the stripes.