Ah, rose quartz. Also called millennial pink, blush, or dusty rose, this oh-so-trendy shade is definitely not going anywhere.But it’s far from the only eye-catching, Instagram-friendly pastel in town. So if you’re not a fan of pink or just want to try something new, may we suggest a soft greenish blue? Try the Tiffany blue color trend.
Try A Variation On What You Already Wear
Pale denim or chambray also tends to be close to this shade, and this lace-up henley by Glamorous is a great on-trend way to wear it. This light blue is also only a couple gradations away from the classic French blue, making it an excellent choice if you like to do business casual with a twist. This Akris punto collared shirt is a perfect example.
Carry A Little Blue Bag
This pale blue Rebecca Minkoff bag would go with everything but looks fresher than blush – it might be the perfect new light neutral.
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Top Everything Off With Sky Blue
Wearing this ultra-flattering shade close to your face is a fabulous idea, especially when you’ve got a summer (faux) tan. This BB Dakota jacket would do the trick over all sorts of looks this season.
Wear Just A Hint Of Robin’s Egg
Speaking of wearing flattering colors around your face, these Kate Spade studs are a perfect wear-with-everything choice. Or try it on your nails with Christian Louboutin nail color in celadon blue (added bonus: the bottle will look great on your vanity).
Go To The Source
What’s a better way to do Tiffany blue than to wear something in the hue from Tiffany & Co. themselves? The East West Mini 37 watch with the iconic blue face might be the ultimate way to wear the color, although their Infinity aviator sunglasses are equally amazing.
Whether you call it Tiffany blue, robin’s egg, sky, powder blue, or anything else, there’s no denying that this glowing pastel might be the new must-have color.
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