A new, unexpected trend has hit the fashion and interior decor world with full force: a combination of millennial pink and tropical plant prints. Who could have guessed that pink and green could go so well together. I'm not one for bright colors and prints, but I think I'm changing my mind when it comes to this trend in all honesty.
This is a super versatile trend to wear - especially in summer. The pink shades can range from bright coral to pastel, but usually millennial pink is the one designers lean toward. Palm leaf prints are a standard for clothes, as it's the easiest way to make incorporate a new in-fashion style into a classic cut item of clothing.
A really easy way to incorporate this look into your interior decor is by painting an cement wall your favourite shade of pink, or even buying some bleach throw pillows, and then filling up empty corners and surfaces with easy to care for house plants and trees. If you want tropical plants, make sure to keep them in bright yet indirect sunlight and keep the soil moist. Also stay away from orchids and bulbs as they die easily, quickly and are very finicky to care for.
The trend also looks great with touches of soft caramel browns. If you're wanting to use the new fashion as room Inso - try using natural, light and raw woods, as varnished woods don't look as nice with the colour schemes. If you're wearing the trend, a light brown leather shoe, belt or bag with a rose gold necklace with fit perfectly, and will soften the harshness of a bright colour combo.
It's also great to incorporate light neutrals into the colour scheme of this trend, like white and light grey. Stay away from black and medium to dark browns as it makes the colour scheme look a lot more dated and out of place.
Try out the trend - maybe you'll love it as much as I do!
Until next time
-The Traveling Oyster xxx