On Wednesdays We Wear Pink:
“Presumed Portrait of the Duc de Choiseul and Two Companions”, ca. 1775, Jacques Wilbaut, The J. Paul Getty Museum.
Pink and brown look great together, but pink and green is even better.
But, who were these stylish people? Well the one in fashionable green is the Duc de Choiseul (who was known for being "a wonderful mixture of selfishness and charm and recklessness and exquisite taste”), the woman in pink is his mistress, Madamme de Brionne and the man in brown is the Abbé Barthélemy who was the curator of the king Louis XV’s collection of antiquities.
The three of them were close friends and the portrait made in a simple informal setting we can see their exquisite fashion taste and the affection they share.
Are these your squad goals? I bet they are.