Plaster Pink or Hot Fuschia?

Loveheart

Member
Sep 24, 2011
2,927
605
London, UK, still Europe !!
What do you think?

Plaster pink or Hot fuschia?

I am tempted by the Alexa in Plaster pink or the SBS in fuschia

I am a bit worried that both colours are extreme season's colours and I might get fed up quickly. So I was thinking to get an SBS in oak instead. But I love the pinks!

I am still tempted by the winter white Alexa in Selfridges too, what has a girl to do!:biggrin:
 

Kingla

Member
Dec 28, 2011
534
0
Edinburgh
oooh... I'd say Hot Fuchsia... it may be 'seasonal', but it's such a gorgeous strong and vibrant colour that it could carry you through all seasons, and would lift your mood whenever you used it.

Whereas the plaster pink (which is stunning as well) is more of a 'spring only' colour?..

:biggrin:
 

Loveheart

Member
Sep 24, 2011
2,927
605
London, UK, still Europe !!
Most peeps seem to prefer the Fuschia, I am really torn. I have seen both IRL and piccies here and are both fab. The Alexa is 10% off this weekend at Harrods, so is the SBS in oak, but Harrods do not stock the fuschia (online)

I am still lusting after the midnight snake Alexa too, but that is not as summery
 

sunblock

Member
Jan 1, 2011
3,361
1
Most peeps seem to prefer the Fuschia, I am really torn. I have seen both IRL and piccies here and are both fab. The Alexa is 10% off this weekend at Harrods, so is the SBS in oak, but Harrods do not stock the fuschia (online)

I am still lusting after the midnight snake Alexa too, but that is not as summery
Ive seen the midnight snake alexa thats nice too
 
Nov 9, 2010
9,788
1,038
In Handbag Heaven
Both are such gorgeous colours but I think the fuschia will give you a nice pop of colour & the plaster pink is a nice nude colour & very spring & summery, both are lovely but the oak sbs will last you years & is a very classic colour
 

LornaLou

Addicted to denim!
Aug 7, 2009
2,212
70
England in the countryside
I personally love both so I know it's tough, I would go with fuchsia though! It's so bold and bright, but if you want something that could work with a lot of outfits, maybe plaster pink is better as it's more of a neutral pink.