If the above Catwalk shots by the fabulous Gucci (top) and the to-die-for Valentino (below) are anything to go by you’re probably going to be scared to death about wearing pink this season. That’s not to say the above outfits aren’t wearable in some form because they completely are for the right person, it’s simply because you might not wish to wear huge pink embellished sunglasses daily – although I’d hate to judge!
For some people pink may be too frothy and feminine so depending on your hair colouring and skin tone there’s options to suit everyone. If you have pale skin and blonde hair I would go for something that doesn’t flush you out too easily. A soft, peachy sun bleached pink is the best way to go if you have a pale complexion.
For darker hair and a lighter skin tone I would suggest opting for rosy pink and blush tones.
If you’re skin tone and hair colour is really dark I’d consider powerful pink pieces in fuscia or bubblegum as these shades always look super striking.
To nod to the pink trend in an effortless way, I’ve searched for the best pink pieces I feel are the most wearable for all skin tones, shapes and sizes so if you never wear pink or always shy away from such bright colours, this is your opportunity to embrace this colour and give yourself a good dose of the feel-good factor that pink brings time and time again.
Reiss Forbes Coat – Was £325, Now £155 – Shop Here
With it’s flattering waist belt and lovely figure-skimming shape, this blush pink Reiss coat is the dream and it’s in the sale too! This beauty of this coat can be worn leading up to Spring and it’s the perfect uplifting colour to wear whilst it’s still freezing. Reiss is one of my go-to brands for it’s high quality and this coat is no exception. The sale only has Size 10’s left but I’m sure you’d be able to pick this up in-store!
H&M Pleated Pink Skirt – £24.99 – Shop Here
The pleated midi skirt is a great staple style to have in your wardrobe as it’s flowing fabric elongates and lengthens the legs and these skirts also accentuate smaller waists too. For a relaxed edge, style as shown with a shirt, sweater and trainers or if you’re not brave enough to channel this look go for a chic black jumper and ankle boots for a simple but smart take on the trend. This skirt is a bargain price at £24.99 and it’s available in plenty of other colours too. When the Summer months hit, team with a cami and sandals.
Topshop Cuff Knitted Jumper – £34 – Shop here
How beautiful is this fuscia jumper by Topshop? Ideal for a darker hair colours and a range of skin tones, this style will add a great pop of colour to your new season wardrobe, whilst brightening up denim or a pair of black trousers.
Topshop Frill Crop Knitted Top – £26 – Shop here
If you’ve got a bigger bust and a great waist this is a pretty little top to show off your wonderful shape. It’s slightly cropped so I’d recommend teaming this with something high-waisted such as an a-line skirt if you have shorter legs or a midi skirt if your legs go on forever. This would work equally well with some high-waisted black trousers and heels or smart flats for work too.
Topshop Gossip Flare heel Shoes – £69 – Shop here
The flared heel is having a huge fashion moment and I can’t help but love this contemporary take on the classic Mary Jane style. Wear them with a cool white shirt and skinny jeans layered will a beautifully tailored coat and a slick of lipstick and that’s all you need. Pink suede perfection.
& Other Stories Merino Wool Jumper – £55 – Shop here
A slightly more expensive merino wool frilled jumper, this pretty pale pink style from & Other Stories is great for ashy blondes/lighter brunettes and looks amazing paired simply with skinny jeans. Come Summer this would be a great light layer for throwing on over a floral sun dress and wearing with pumps or sandals.
Asos Maternity Jumper Dress with Ruffled Shoulder – £35 – Shop here
Calling all mamas! This heavenly frilled shoulder Maternity dress is far from boring (like many Maternity styles out there) so why not inject some colour into your Maternity wardrobe. The frilled sleeves and high neck are so elegant and the skirt flatters the bump in the nicest possible way! For a style that includes cashmere, £35 is an absolute steal too!
Zara Scallop Detail Jumper – £25.99 – Shop here
When it comes to finding comfortable yet stylish pieces Zara never fails and this super soft jumper is testament to that. I love how this jumper looks teamed with a printed dress underneath and I think this is such a fun way to layer up without adding too much bulk.
Topshop 3/4 Sleeve Wrap Top – £29 – Shop here
If you have a bigger bust or zero curves and you want to accentuate those areas, this fuscia pink wrap top is a step in the right direction. Styled here with culottes for a more relaxed look, this style would also look amazing with more fitted tailored trousers or with denim.
Loewe Puzzle Shoulder Bag – £1,575 – Shop Here
The price tag may be huge but this Loewe bag is a striking statement piece with exquisite craftsmanship, amazing attention to detail and a precisely cut finish. It’s a beauty (especially for the pink lovers out there) but it definitely comes at a price!
Are you going to be wearing pink this season? Let me know in the comments below!
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