November Colour Series: Pink
(Photo: Smooth Designs)

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF ) is calling it.

Three colours that will distract us from the chillier climes of the upcoming holiday season are pink, yellow, and orange. These shades dominated the catwalks of Versace, Prada, and Gucci this season and are the perfect way to inject some colour into your wardrobe.

We've hit up a few Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out participants for some style inspo, and since we're still reeling from 'Pink-tober' we're kicking off the colour series with Soignée Boutique's top pink looks from its Anniversary Collection which dropped last Saturday. The online boutique fronted by entrepreneur Sushana Cole operates in concert with its ultra-fab, all-pink spot The Shana Cole Collection in Half-Way-Tree.

Soignée Boutique

Website: shopstrictly4motivation.com

IG: @soigneebyshanacole

Some items available locally at The Shana Cole Collection, Shop #12, 8 Hillview Avenue.

Look 262
Channel Studio 54vibes with thisinsanely glamjumpsuit. Featuringiridescent pinksequins, high necklineand tapered legs. Stylewith strappy heels forthe holiday season.
Channel Studio 54vibes with thisinsanely glamjumpsuit. Featuringiridescent pinksequins, high necklineand tapered legs. Stylewith strappy heels forthe holiday season.
Get ready to look all kinds ofglam in Look 222, a stripedsequinned minidress withballoon sleeves and a flirtyruffled hem.
Look 91
Style Look 107with clear heelsfor a fresh,feminine finish.
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