“Pink is the color of universal love of oneself and of others. Pink represents friendship, affection, harmony, inner peace, and approachability. Pink is the official color for little girls and represents sugar and spice and everything nice. Pink is the sweet side of the color red.
According to surveys in Europe and the United States, pink is the color most often associated with charm, politeness, sensitivity, tenderness, sweetness, childhood, femininity, and romance. Pink is also thought of as meaning purity, integrity, nobility and kindness.”Source: Bourne Creative.
Here is a treasure trove of Hattingdon hats “in the pink”. Let’s go!
Ha ha! You thought we overlooked “The Queen” — didn’t you? NE-vah! Everyone adores Harper. Everyone! In case you are new to us, she is the second Hattingdon design Vivian created, the 1st ever being Curtis of course. Here she is.
More about pink
The word pink is derived from the Danish term pinck oogen, which translates as half-closed eyes or small eyes, a clear reference to the appearance of the dianthus flower. Unbelievably, the word pink —referring to a color — was not used until the end of the 1700s, and not in general use until the 1800s.
The Urban Dictionary says: “In good health. In the 1500s pink meant “the embodiment of perfection,” but the current idiom (in good health) dates only from about 1900”.
The Grammarist says: “In the pink is an English idiom that means to be at the peak of health, to be in perfect condition. The expression in the pink to mean to be at the peak of health goes back to the 1500s when the word pink did not refer to a color.”