Know The Pinks: Shade that Enhances the Grace of Indian Outfits

No wonder pink is the most likeable colour amongst women. The shades of pink can enhance your look, Irrespective of gender, without doing much to the outfit. As we have heard people say this a lot, “pink is not my colour”, “it doesn’t suit me much”, etc. This article is an answer to such confusions and wrong notions that’s it. We believe the colour pink suits, everybody. It’s the most accepting and adaptive colour ever. 

Just know your pink. 

We bring you this exclusive edition of our blog to help you discover your right pink. Let’s get started.  

Fuchsia

The closest colour to hot pink, Fuchsia is the most vibrant shand of pink. It has derived its name from the flower called Fuchsia. Top designers from Sabyasachi to Anita Dongre have this shade in most of their bridal or non-bridal collections. 

 

Blush 

Blush is the most subtle tone of pink that looks pretty. It’s the most popular shade of pink with the bridesmaids and young women. It adds a contemporary touch to the ensemble without doing many add ons. 


Salmon

Salmon is that shade of pink that’s more on the side of red. Brides are opting for this shade of pink a lot for their bridal wear. No matter what complexion, shape or size you are, salmon suits every woman beautifully. 


Magenta

Magenta is the brightest pink shade. It has been one of the top choices of Indian brides traditionally for their bridal outfits other than red. Magenta always makes to the bridal trousseau. 

 

Baby Pink

The colour baby pink depicts tenderness, love and kindness. A baby pink colour lehenga/suit makes the best choice for a morning wedding. It complements the family of pastel colours therefore it manages to fit in pastel theme events easily. 


Nude Pink

As the name suggests, the tinge of pink is negligible in this shade. It is more on the grey side of the colour wheel than the bright one. Nude pink is the muted colour in the family. It would make the best choice for a low key event or a formal event. People who refrain from brighter tones must try this shade of pink. 

 

Flamingo 

As the name gives it away, the colour is derived from a famous tropical bird flamingo. This colour is as beautiful as the bird itself. It is definitely such a rich shade of pink that anybody can spot it from far. 

Have you discovered your shade of pink? There are a hundred shades of pink, but these seven shades cover all the tones of this lovely hue. Visit us with your favourite colour, and we will customise a one-off outfit for you. That is the speciality of Silk and Sparkle.

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