Pink is the colour most associated with femininity and love. Pink, in its myriad of hues, can also signify notions of tenderness, passion and playfulness. Whatever the case is, one thing is for sure: We’re obsessed with pink.
The fashion world too can’t get enough of this girly shade. Besides Pantone naming sweet lilac — a soft, powder pink — as one of the colour trends spotted on New York Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2019 runways, brands such as Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs and Prada have also rolled out plenty of pink looks this season.
Whether you’re want to wear the shade to show your support at the upcoming Pink Dot 2019, or you simply just can’t get enough pink in your life, here are 12 outfits you can easily rock.
Made with a cool pink lurex material with a slight metallic sheen, this Stella McCartney skirt wouldn’t look out of place at a party or in the office, when paired with a black satin blouse and strappy heels. Best of all, it has an elasticated waist which makes it easy to slip into, which means it is also undeniably comfortable.
Photo: Stella McCartney
With a really low neckline at the front, this slinky piece is meant to be paired with another piece underneath. We recommend pairing this Prada dress with a black long-sleeved shirt to make it more dressy, but finish with nude pumps and silver jewellery to complement the cooler blush pink hue.
Look like a #girlboss who is still in touch with her femininity with this two-toned Alexander McQueen blazer. We love that the black panelling adds a slimming effect, especially when you wear the piece with a pair of black cigarette pants (here’s our ultimate guide to all pant types).
Photo: Alexander McQueen
Saint Laurent took a typical black shirt and turned it into a winning piece, thanks to its pattern of cute pink stars. Wear it french tucked into a pair of black skinnies, throw on a pair of boots and finish with a loose wave ponytail to bring you from work to play on dress down Fridays.
Photo: Saint Laurent
Here’s how to create a bangin’ date look: Take this blue-pink crop shirt from Pomelo Fashion, slip into a pair of high-waist wide-legged trousers and finish with pointed heels. Accessorise with pendant necklaces and ditch the stacked bracelets as they will compete with the blouson sleeve detail.
Photo: Pomelo Fashion