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Indian Pink

Do you like pink?

To be honest, when I was younger, it seemed like a symbol of femininity, so it was a colour I was reluctant to reach for.
As I came into contact with the fashion world, I learned that there are many different types of pink, including cool shades and gentle shades, so I began incorporating it as an accent color, and now it has become one of my favorite colors.

India is very good at using pink.
Some pinks can withstand the hot sun, while others bring a cool feeling.

Jaipur, the city of jewels, is painted entirely in pink.

The pink of this city is a soft pink with a hint of orange. The entire city is unified in this color and is called the "Pink City." The Maharaja family still lives in the palace called the "Pink Palace," and the "Palace of the Winds" was once the residence of the ladies-in-waiting who served the royal palace. This beautiful building is the symbol of the city. Hiromi.A's jewelry is born in this beautiful pink city.

A strong pink is often used in the traditional Indian saris! It's a bluish pink that stands up to dark skin and strong gazes. I'm always taken aback by the women I meet on the street wearing this color.
Pale pink is often used for traditional costumes such as the Lenka dress, which has a long, flared silhouette and a soft, princess-like feel.




Pink flowers are also seen on the trees in the city, such as plumeria and lotus, symbolizing the vitality and diversity of India. The charm of pink is that it mysteriously matches with any other color, even green, blue sky, and dust.

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