cheapest online indian pharmacy for Proscalpin or generic Yes, this is a post all about these blush pink loafers from Topshop.
http://shawneeoutlook.com/pma/ I’ve been having a bit of a pink moment of late. Growing up, I was more of a tomboy and would always sway towards different shades of blue but as I’ve grown up, I’ve become much more of a pastels girl, favouring the more neutral and blush tones.
The pink trend we saw over the summer months has transitioned into the autumn and winter seasons which I’m pretty thrilled about. Often we associate deep berry tones and rich burgundies as we move into the colder seasons but neutral and lighter tones work wonderfully too with the changing colour of the leaves and dark, dreary mornings.
I first saw these blush pink loafers on the Topshop website and fell a little in love. I kept them in my wishlist, deciding if I needed them and how well they would fit into my wardrobe (easily of course but it’s good to think about these things!)
Loafers are, of course, having a bit of a moment, no doubt thanks to the Gucci styles that were so prevalent during Fashion Week. While I must admit I have my eye on a pair – only a little eye, I’m not sure whether the price tag is completely justified, even though they are beautiful! – I do think there are some fantastic alternatives on the high-street for a fraction of the price.
I’ve worn these loafers out and about – free from blisters, I might add – and they are lovely and comfy. Of course, it is the blush pink shade which makes these so bloody covetable.
So while the weather allows me to go sockless, I shall be wearing these loafers rather regularly – outfit posts to follow!