For low end, I just got a Noodler's Flex Piston Creaper in Vulcan's Coral, which is really more of a soft mottled pink. I also thought of the Hello Kitty pen: someone posted a picture of one last year and it's a really nice (if very bright) pink; but the one on Ebay was around $300 -- and then
of course there's the "Hello Kitty" part, which was a complete and utter turn off, as far as I was concerned....
I gather from the most recent Goulet Communique that pink Lamy Safaris are back on the horizon; if I didn't hate the grip on Safaris so much I'd actually consider getting one.
For high end, there's the Yard-o-Led Viceroy Victorian Pocket Pen (which is, I believe, smaller and slimmer than the standard size VV). The hammered floral design is really pretty, and as a sterling silver pen it's also classy looking. Can't afford one myself; although if I could I'd be more likely to go for the Standard myself, simply because the Pocket Pen only takes cartridges (it's apparently too small to fit a converter ).
Of course if you're looking at pens in *sort* of "girly" colors, there's the Parker 51 Aerometric in Plum; mine is apparently a Demi, because it's a little shorter than my Midnight Blue Aero. I wanted one mostly for the color (and of course 'cause it's a 51) and less because of the relative rarity compared to other colors in the line.
No, you can't have mine... (it's MINE I tell ya, MINE! Go get your own! You'll have to pry it from my cold dead fingers.... ).
Come to think, some of the colors of Parker Vectors I've seen on Ebay were sort of girly, too: the pink ones were nice (although pricy compared to some other colors) and there's a sort of off-white color
(don't remember offhand what it's called), and the Jade Green was attractive and more "feminine" looking IMO.
Although I'm probably the wrong person to be answering this thread. I was always a tomboy growing up, and played with my brother's toy trucks as much as -- or possibly more than -- my (fake) Barbie.
Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth
"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."