oyster pink

oyster pink

n
(Colours)
a. a delicate pinkish-white colour, sometimes with a greyish tinge
b. (as adjective): oyster-pink shoes.
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Available in Star Coral and Oyster Pink at pounds 12 www.
Danielle, whose fiance is Wolves footballer Jamie O'Hara, looked stunning in a cut-away oyster pink dress.
They are named after Julius Caesar, and although they may not have the grandeur of the Northern Alps they still look breathtaking, especially at dusk when the setting sun turn them an oyster pink.
Diana was aided and abetted in her fashion forays by the Emanuels after she selected a simple oyster pink chiffon blouse, estimated to fetch between pounds 10,000 for pounds 15,000 at the auction, from rails of other suggested clothes for a Spring 1981 Vogue photo-shoot to celebrate her engagement to Prince Charles.
Start with soft Egyptian cotton sheets then use a decadent oyster pink satin eiderdown.
For Daphne's smoky eyes, dark purple is swept over the lids, and lavender and oyster pink on the browbone.
Oyster pink is definitely Jessie's colour, even making her tan (spray no doubt) look natural.
If you feel like spoiling yourself then Karen Millen has a long sleeved shirt (pounds 99) in a choice of oyster pink or black.
My favourite new purchase from there is a long, ribbed scarf in oyster pink that I wrap round and round my neck to protect my voice.