Pink is a hot color for spring and summer, but bright pinks can be a little overpowering at times. Muted shades of pink from cool peaches to dusty rose tones, which are all considered part of the blush pink family, are great colors for a toned-down shade. These colors can also translate into fall if paired with the right pieces!
We love this lace-trimmed peasant top. Shirring at the waist and arms keep the top fitted in all the right places, the beautiful light blush tone is feminine and sweet, and easily paired with any color.
From Rancho Estancia via Boot Barn
Dusty Rose is the color of this lace-y dress. A mix between taupe and blush, this color is feminine without being overly so, which makes the crocheted lace details pop even more. A super sweet swing dress, the ruffled hemline adds just enough of a cute factor for this to be a perfect summer dress, or pair with jeans and boots and wear it as a tunic well into fall.
From Picarona via Etsy
This dusty pink top is sexy and sweet, featuring a tie at the waist for a personalized fit and a sheer panel in the back for a little surprise. Wear with jeans or a skirt for a versatile top you can wear all year long.
From Marikka Nakk
This dress falls more in the blush pink category, it is a little brighter but not so bright as to be considered a “hot” pink. Black lace accents, a ruffled hem and a super flattering sweetheart bust make this an ideal dress for any body type.
Cocolove via Cavenders
This shift dress from Cavenders is a cool peach tone. It works well with nearly every skin tone, and the a-line shift dress is flattering to any shape. Wear with a belt for an added waistline, or pair with leggings and wear as a tunic in the fall!
From West Coast Wardrobe
Taupe is the technical color of this top, but hints of dusty pink make this a sweet summer crop top. Long sleeves and a muted color keep this trendy top from being too flashy. Pair with high-waisted shorts or a skirt for a going-out look that is sure to turn heads.
One more cute shift dress, this one features sheer sleeves for a little more coverage without the heat of full sleeves. Beaded accents at the wrist add a little flair to an otherwise simple ensemble. Pair with sandals in the summer or leggings and boots in the fall!
Ruffles and blush go together like boots and leather! Once more we see a ruffled hem dress with sweet lace accents. This dress is designed to be worn slightly oversized, but pair with a belt for a fitted and flattering style.
From Free People
Lace accents are replaced by beaded embellishments on this dusty rose top, featuring a sheer panel and a split-back style for easy and breezy summer flair. Pair with jeans for a casual look or a dark colored skirt for a perfect going-out look.
From Karlie via Cavenders
We love this blush off the shoulder top from Cavenders. Oversized ruffles and crocheted details paired with bare shoulders make this top the perfect balance between sweet and edgy.