A Bit Of Pink For Winter

Winter doesn’t have to be grey and black, why not add some warmness with pink. Take a look: 

Look 1

Add a touch of pink with a pink sweater to jeans and ankle boots.

Billabong knit crew plum berry: R899, Zando


Quarter zip leggings: R129, Mr Price

Blush pink faux suede slouch ankle boots: R857, BAY-ONE

Look 2

For this look, pair a white top with trousers, a coat and heels. Stick to shades of pink.

Emily camp collar pocket shirt: R699, Forever New

High waisted pants: R179, Mr Price

Long teddy Borg jacket: R787, Next

Utopia pointy court shoes white: R299, Zando

Look 3

If you are more of a denim jean kind of girl, try pairing your jeans with a turtle neck top, a coat and ankle boots.

Tori Roll Neck Jumper: R999, Forever New

Abraised Mom Jeans: R199, Mr Price

Pink Borg Trucker Jacket: R1 263, BAY-ONE

Public desire texture PU boots nude/white: R749, Zando

Look 4

Pair a skirt with a black top , a blazer and white sneakers for this semi-formal look.

Cosy roll neck jumper: R244, Next


Contempo skirt with covered button detail pink: R340, Zando

White faux leather lace up trainers: R514, BAY-ONE

Paige skirt coat: R1 599, Forever New

Look 5

For a chic look, pair a jersey dress with thigh high boots.

Boohoo Cable Detail Jumper Dress: R348, Next

Call it spring brambilla brown: R899, Zando


Mr Price: 0800 212 535

Zando: 081 192 0375

Next:  Nextdirect.com

Bay-one: https://www.bay.one

Forever New: 011 883 4585

For more fashion, check out https://www.peoplemagazine.co.za/fashion-and-beauty/fashion/winter-style-inspiration-natalie-halcro/

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My name is Biatar Khumalo-Slabbert. I am a fashion intern at People magazine and I write fashion articles and assist at photoshoots. I am a creative young woman whose interests lie in fashion styling, fashion photography, analyzing trends and creating mood boards. I hope to expand my skills and knowledge in all of the above in order to reach my ultimate goal of working as a stylist in the entertainment industry - both locally and internationally. As part of this journey, I would like to showcase the creativity that South Africans and Africans generally bring to fashion content production. My journey has just started. I have so much to learn and experience and I am so excited to see what the fashion world has in store for me.