Powder pink?

chic2014

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Hi everyone,
I'm seriously thinking about buying a My Lady Dior in Powder pink. I won't have a chance to see it in person beforehand, so I am a little worried whether the color will be too pink. Anyone have the bag and how do you feel about the color, does it go well with most things or is it hard to pair with clothes? Would love to see some photos, as well :smile:
 

averagejoe

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I don't own anything in Rose Poudre but it is one of the softest and most neutral pinks in my opinion. It's one of those pinks you can wear at any age because it is not a vibrant pink.
 

TraceySH

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It's hands down one of the best alt-neutral colors out there. It's pink-ISH, but not PINK. Many other designers have tried to copy it, but I don't think have been able to get it as correct as Dior! I am getting this Diorama in rose poudre, and I adore the color. It does change a bit in different lighting, sometimes you will find it to be pure beige, sometimes more pink. You might be able to find a boutique that will send to you on consignment so you can make a good decision without the pressure of not seeing it IRL!
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christined123

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IMG_4382.JPG IMG_4380.JPG The color of my rose poudre Diorama WOC changes depending on the lighting. It ranges from a nude color to pink, but even then I wouldn't say it's too pink. I've found that it goes well with almost everything. I was looking for a neutral light colored WOC and it was perfect. I'll attach some pictures to show the color difference. I hope that helps!

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mwilson1017

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I just got the same bag! Could not agree more that the color is perfect. The woc is quite versatile to use long chain or twilly to make a short handle. So cute with the short handle for spring and summer.