Three ways to style pink shorts

I am talking fashion today because I love writing about what I am wearing, however I don’t tend to buy clothes (mainly because I am fussy and tend to just wear the same thing multiple times). Therefore, all the clothes I am mentioning I have had for a long time so won’t be able to link. I am also trying to be more sustainable and more aware of where I buy from (I am still learning).

As soon as I purchased these pink shorts (they were originally from ASOS ages ago so they are not available but there might be similar) I knew I would be obsessed. It is probably the one piece of clothing I have worn most throughout lockdown. Ryan has informed me I need to give some of my other clothes a go, but I just cannot stop wearing them.

Therefore, I thought what better than to share with you all the three ways I style these shorts, for the slightly colder days and even the hot days

A woman wearing a green jumper with the words "Atlanta" written across the middle, and pink shorts with white socks standing in her living room.

Pink shorts with a jumper

I love wearing jumpers because they are just easy to throw on and look cute. Plus when the days are slightly colder or even in the evenings pairing a jumper with these pink shorts just makes an outfit look even cuter!

I matched it with this lovely green jumper that has “Atlanta” written in the middle of it. I just love these types of jumpers. I think they look cute and it fits nicely with my pink shorts to make a comfy outfit!

Although probably not best for summer weather if it’s hot.

A woman standing outside in the garden wearing a grey short sleeved plain top, and pink shorts, an orange watch on her wrist. Also wearing rings on her fingers and a bracelet.

Pink shorts with top

In the UK we have had some warmer days and so wearing shorts is a must but also a top that is cooler!

I used to hate wearing sleeves because I hated sweating (which has changed a bit now I’m older). However nothing can beat a short sleeved top and shorts during these hot days.

Therefore, I paired my pink shorts with this grey short sleeved top. I love this too because it is baggy and doesn’t cover the armpits, so if it’s hot then my arms are free.

A woman standing in her garden wearing a sparkly black bandeau top, with pink shorts, hair up and pink sunglasses. Also ring son her fingers, a bracelet and an orange watch.
I am so proud of myself for posting a pic like this

Pink shorts with sparkly top

This look is perfect for sunbathing or even just adding some glamour to that lockdown look. I love this bandeau top because it is just comfy and adds a little sparkle to my outfit. I mean let’s be honest there is not much I can do with being in lockdown with my fashion to be honest.

I wore this look during the day in my life post

This outfit is also great for doing chores around the house, because I don’t know about you but I get so hot whilst tidying. So why not look glam whilst you are cleaning.

There you have it, my three ways to style pink shorts. I have pretty much lived in all of these outfits throughout lockdown. Although if it is really cold I would probably put on some leggings.

I hope you enjoyed this slightly different post! Have a fabulous Bank Holiday Monday, and remember to look after yourself 💛

Thanks for reading,

Gemma Jayne x


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14 thoughts

    1. Thank you! And they are super comfy! I completely agree, I think it’s important to use what we already have and create inspiring outfits from that ☺️ thank you lovely 💛


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