Maybe you aren’t sold on the idea of a pink Christmas tree yet. It’s understandable. There’s a common misconception that pink is a girl’s color. It starts with the infamous gender reveals, as boxes of pink balloons spiral up into the for a bouncing baby girl. Or, baby blue latex for a boy.
The history of pink as a gender-neutral color dates all the way back to the 18th century, when both men and women wore it with equal style. It was even considered a “warlike” color since it’s a shade of red. The fact is pink is so much more than just “a girl’s color.”
The same can be said of a pink artificial Christmas tree. And, with the added panache of decorations in the shades of this versatile color, you have a tree for all seasons and reasons! Here’s a complete guide on how you can keep your pink tree stylish and up-to-date for occasions throughout the year.