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Pink Inspiration from around the ‘Gram – Where to go and what to wear


It still seems like the trend for millennial pink colour continues, with more people discovering it through cafes, restaurants and art spaces around the world. We take some pink inspiration from this list of pink places from around the ‘gram:

1) Sketch, London

Designed by India Mahdavi, the interiors of this restaurant & lounge in London are pop-art worthy, with plush pink velvet sofas, pinks walls and ceilings, that are every interior designer, millennial and blogger’s dream. Beyond the Gallery section of the restaurant, are other rooms and even the toilets that are just as Instaworthy to be mentioned. Oh yes, and the food looks pretty enough to satisfy every foodies’ tastebuds too.

via @sketchlondon

2) Peggy Porschen’s cakes, London

We can’t decide if the exterior of this dessert cafe is more beautiful or the cakes themselves! No detail is spared with the delicious sweet treats and the floral art installation that changes on the outside of this famous corner bakery. Everything here screams feminine and floral, and not to forget, of course the pink colours!

via @peggyporschenofficial


3) Style Nanda Pink Hotel & Cafe, Seoul, Korea

This cool pink-coloured inspired hotel boasts five floors of retail shopping in Korea, with different levels each with a different theme and style. On one of the floors, there is an actual cafe with desserts decorated with a swimming pool theme, but the overall colours of the retail space are every millennial’s pink wet dream.



via @pinkpoolcafe


4) Museum of Ice Cream , Los Angeles

This exhibition of  interactive and colourful installations, are ice-cream themed, and is the perfect place for selfies and IG photos. Not only is it the perfect venue for photo ops, but you get to taste ice cream throughout the installation – who doesn’t love ice cream and pink colours?

via @moic


5)Hawa Mahal Palace, Jaipur, India

The Hawa Mahal palace is made of red and pink sandstone, and was constructed in 1799 with 953 windows decorated with lattice work. They were originally used by the royal ladies to observe street life and festivals without being seen, as they were forbidden from being seen in public without a face covering. This 5 storey building is now one of the most iconic facades in Jaipur.



via @poshbrokebored


 Inspired? Here are some pink items that you could add to your wardrobe!

1. Pink tailored pant suit with blazer


ASOS Design Tailored forever boyfriend blazer & peg trouser suit



2. Pink pleated skirt & logo T-shirt


Les Girls, Les Boys Graphic T-shirt




English Factory Long Pleated Skirt


3. Pink Shift Dress



Alice + Olivia Coley Dress



Eugenia Kim Nikki Visor


How would you wear pink? Tell us in the comments below!



  • holly knudson

    What great pictures of pink places and pink clothing. Pink is my favorite color. I even dressed my son in pink when he was a baby. I really enjoyed reading your article. I wear pink all the time – all shades of it, and I even have pink clothing for my dogs. Years ago I lived in a pink stucco house and loved it so you can see that we’re on the same page! What a fun article!

  • Vesna

    Hi! Thank you for sharing these beautiful pink photos and ideas. I never thought I’d like so much these pink exteriors or interiors. It’s actually about the pink color shade. All these pink-painted buildings and interiors are in pastel pink color, that looks natural and lovely.
    Regarding wearing pink – I’m not a fan of pink clothes, but, why not for a change


    • admin

      Yes, pink comes in so many different shades, I think it’s suits almost everyone, you just need to choose the right shade!

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