What to buy in pink

Home decor is a category where the pink trend has taken off.

A survey of over 300,000 people found that 75% of respondents are planning to buy pink home decorations this year, up from 68% last year.

The survey also found that 57% of women said they would purchase pink items this year compared with 51% last time.

However, this trend has fallen off a cliff.

The percentage of respondents who said they are planning on buying pink items dropped from 68 percent to 52 percent, the same percentage it was in 2015.

It’s unclear why pink items are dropping so dramatically.

There is a growing belief that pink is not a fashion trend anymore, according to an article by The Washington Post’s Susan F. Boudreau and Lisa Ling, which was published on Friday.

Instead, it is a trend associated with a particular segment of the American population, the ones who feel a deep connection to a particular gender or color.

They are often called “pinkies” and are among the more than 12 million Americans who identify as such.

Some people who consider themselves pinkies may be worried that they are going to be labeled as gay or trans, Boudrier and Ling wrote.

However the survey also suggested that this perception may not be the case.

Pink is not the only thing that’s changing in this category, the authors said.

“The trend is about to take another turn, one that will bring with it a much broader palette of choices and colors,” they wrote.

“This change could be positive or negative for consumers.”

What you need to know about the pink craze: The survey asked respondents to describe their sexual orientation, and they reported that the vast majority of respondents identified as straight.

However a majority of women identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and one in four women reported that they were bisexual.

Pink also seems to be gaining more popularity among millennials, with an estimated one in three respondents between the ages of 18 to 29 having a pink home.

There was also a trend among younger people.

“One in five people between 18 and 29 have pink,” the survey found.

Pink has also gained more popularity with the LGBT community, according the report, with one in five respondents identifying as gay.

The poll was conducted in October 2017.

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