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The Pinko Situation

Door Tiany op 03.09.2013

I’m not yet entirely ready to say farewell to the lovely summer we’ve experienced, but anyhow my nose has redirected itself towards all things fall/winter fashion and I’m currently obsessing about finding the perfect coat and fall attire.


So last season Pinko managed to attract my undivided attention with a series of to die for neoprene skirts and cute summery dresses. I managed to score my share of it and enjoyed every little bit of my Pinko garments during my hot and summery days of holidays. What ever happened to the summer of 2013 by the way?


Their fall/winter collection has turned out deliciously promising too, showcasing edgy but ladylike styles that will have you looking picture perfect this winter. You should’ve seen me going fashion ballistic at the Pinko shop while trying on every single silhouette.


I ended up buying 3 different outfits and putting at least 3 other ensembles onto my wish list. I can’t wait to show you the goodies I bumped into. For starters there’s this gentlemen’s wardrobe inspired coat in a ladylike pink hue… too good to be true and pretty much the perfect addition to your plain jeans and white tee combo or just perfectly brilliant when combined with the flower skirt Pinko mid riff baring dress.


I am also absolutely delighted to be able to announce that we’ve started the search for the perfect PINKO It Girl and that you’re invited to another Belmodo ladies fashion night out. This time I’ll be assisting you with your perfect Pinko styling, just to help you achieve the title of Pinko It Girl, which will grant you a to-die-for outfit… for real! Just enter our competition and please do join me as I promise you a lovely eve full of fashion fun!


Pinko dress and coat,
Louis Vuitton loafers,
Rue Gembon earrings & ring,
Dodo charm bracelets and Cartier Love bracelet
& Chanel Prestige sunnies in stores from November on.

Photography by Koen Van Buggenhout
Make-up and hair by Debbie Declercq

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