Winter Reds & Pinks {+ A Giveaway!}

My mother has always been one of those people who bases what purse she uses, what color her nail polish is, and what color she colors her hair all depending on the time of the year. I’ve never been one of those people. I wear dark nail polish in the summer, and pink nail polish in the winter. I carry a tan purse pretty much the entire year and I don’t differentiate my clothes by winter or summer. I never understood why you wouldn’t want to wear bright colors in the winter, the bright colors definitely cheer me up during a rather dull time of year.

Winter Pinks & Reds IG Post
Maxi Dress: Topshop | Bracelet: Kendra Scott | Booties: Sam Edelman | Hat: Kate Spade | Studs: Kendra Scott | Pumps: Kate Spade | Bucket Bag: Milly Essex | Coat: cupcakes and cashmere

Now, the exciting part. I’m teamed up with Hula Polish to give away one polish in ‘Hibiscus Honey’! I love the Hula Polish line, the colors are so beach-y (the beach = life) and fun, especially in the winter! Enter for a chance to win below! The giveaway ends on Saturday, November 28 at midnight.

Hula Polish IG Post

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What is your favorite bright color to wear in the winter?
XO, Rach
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  1. November 20, 2015 / 2:03 PM

    I thought red was my favorite color, but I'm loving all the pink on this post! I'm not even a fan of fringe, but I want that bag for the color alone!!

  2. November 20, 2015 / 4:26 PM

    Love these colors! I really like the red tones. Also, thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  3. November 20, 2015 / 5:42 PM

    Great colors .I love that hat!!! Cool nail polish. Thanks for the giveaway .

  4. November 21, 2015 / 1:30 AM

    I completely agree with you about wearing bright colors during the winter because it is quite dull (and sometimes dreary), so a pop of color does some good in brightening up my mood! Pink is definitely my jam, I'm loving your picks! xx

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