via Haus Maus
via Glamour (?)

via Chantal Thomass

via here

via Brown’s Fashion

via Fifi Chachnil

via here

via Sandra Freij

via W Magazine, July 2002

via Courtworth

It is certainly a pleasure to guest-post on The English Muse; a blog that has inspired me for many months with its eye-candy. I hope to be able to return the favor and inspire you!

Allow me to introduce myself: I am Alison (aka Mademoiselle Frou Frou) from the Frou Frou Fashionista, which is a luxury lingerie blog that features upscale intimates as seen in photography and in my boutique, Faire Frou Frou (which my mom and I own)!

This post is simply a dedication to the color pink. I think pink gets a bad rap for being too girly or ‘frou-frou’ (that shouldn’t be a bad word!), but the reality is that it is sweet, soothing, and undoubtedly feminine. From fuchsia to pale pink, there’s a shade that can work for everyone. Don’t you agree?

See you next time with another color dedication!

P.S. – Tina, best wishes to you as you take this time off. Nothing is more important than family.


27 Comments on A Study in Color; Pink

  1. The high heel photograph is a really brilliant idea. I never would have thought of that. It is a good example of the secret brilliance behind the world of fashion photography.

  2. Gorgeous post. So right about pink-it can be very sophisticated. But why is girly a no-no anyway?

  3. I am so with you on the fascination with pink, Alison. And did you know, I even posted your mirrored dresser & LOVE poster as inspiration for my soon-to-be pink and yellow nursery?! I just adore that shot. Love these images;)

  4. I love the photo collection. Really nice, smart choices. Pink isn't just for bubblegum and Barbie!

  5. It is rather interesting for me to read the post. Thanks for it. I like such themes and everything that is connected to them. I definitely want to read a bit more soon.

    Sincerely yours
    Jeph Normic

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