Pink Slip

The rosy color palette has left its Barbie days in the past and has proven to be just as multifaceted as your favorite neutral.

Lauren Bell - October 2018

Pink Slip

The rosy color palette has left its Barbie days in the past and has proven to be just as multifaceted as your favorite neutral.

Lauren Bell - October 2018


-Christopher Myers

Row 1: “Less Monday More Coffee” mug ($15) at Brightside Boutique. Violet and Brooks hair clips ($16) at Punch!. Desperately Seeking Bowie ($16.95) at Trohv. Voluspa Persimmon and Copal candle ($28) at South Moon Under. Voluspa rose petal ice cream candle ($13) at Anthropologie. Studio Oh! animal water bottle ($35) at Su Casa.

Row two: Lavender Stardust Face Body Hair roll on shimmer ($10) at South Moon Under. Thacker Le Pouch suede blush crossbody ($138) at Sassanova. Slant Collections “Hot stuff” lunch taker ($16.95) at Punch!. “Girlgang” straw ($10) at Punch!. Votive Holder ($17) at Poppy and Stella. Rosé All Day baseball hat ($28) at Brightside Boutique.

Row three: “You are Magic” card ($5) at Poppy and Stella. Toucan shot glass ($6.50) at Punch!. Illume candle ($28) at Su Casa. Quay Australia x Desi Perkins sunglasses ($65) at Brightside Boutique. Fringe Necklace ($16.95) at Punch!.

Row four: Corso Como suede flats ($119) at Poppy and Stella. Mignonne Gavigan flamingo earrings ($325) at Sassanova. Austin Apothecary illuminating body oil ($18) at Doubledutch Boutique. Three Potato Four change holder ($6.50) at Trohv.





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