Colors #5

PINK! The color of love and compassion. Pink is kind and comforting, full of sympathy and compassion, and makes us feel accepted. Its friendly, playful spirit calms and nurtures us, bringing joy and warmth into our lives. Pink is also a feminine and intuitive color that is bursting with pure romance.

Pink scarf

Pink isn’t just a color, it’s an attitude


Leading with passion, kindness, and understanding, the color pink embodies all that is good in the world. Pink seeks to make others feel accepted by offering an unmatched level of sympathy. As an exceedingly approachable color, pink doesn’t intimidate or threaten. Instead, it offers the opposite effect. Those who encounter this euphoric shade are often overcome with unbridled joy.

Pink sky

Simply put, the color red can’t be described in a word or two. It embodies so many wonderful Oozing with positivity, the color pink provides warmth and comfort. When we see the color pink, it inspires us to cling to hope. There’s no obstacle too big for pink to overcome. With its steadfast optimism, pink is perpetually upbeat. In addition to boosting morale, pink also offers signs of good fortune. If you see the color pink often, it could mean that success and good health await you.

pink shoes

9 thoughts on “Colors #5

  1. The writing added to the joy as you described this pink color !
    The photos are also so beautiful and i do think pink can have masculine qualities too and loved when Polo and Izod offered some fresh pink options for men’
    On a side note – in some career coaching circles women are told to opt for navy of greens for interviews rather than pinks because it can sometimes be more professional
    But then we know some folks who say it is not about the color but about how we present –
    And I guess it comes down to making sure the clutches and color are right for the audience r

    Anyhow – cheers to a great post for a great color

    1. Thanks for commenting, I agree, Pink on a man is great, works well. My husband has several different shade of pink shirts. He used to get compliments from women when he wore them, go figure 🙂 I think this is true, it is not about the color we wear but about how we present and carry it and ourselves.

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