The color pink is proving to be an eye-catching fashion trend, as well as a powerful one. In previous runway shows, Gucci and Valentino showcased all-pink collections for Spring 2017. Delpozo’s Pre-Fall 2017 collection also wasn’t subtle with its magenta shades on their clothes and accessories. Even Lily Collins and Felicity Jones were pretty in pink at this year’s Golden Globes.
We scoured different runways on how you can wear pink without looking like a child’s Barbie doll.
Who says that a monochrome and neutral pantsuit is the only way to dress professionally? This pink pantsuit from Phoebe English gives new meaning to power dressing.
If you’re not up for loud colors in the workplace, let this blush-toned blouse from Balenciaga inspire you. The pussy bow also adds a feminine touch to the piece.
Show off the right amount of skin with a deep-V silk slip dress. If you’re tired of wearing dark colors to formal dinners, a light pink one like this one from Valentino is a softer option for you.
These culottes from Delpozo’s pre-fall 2017 collection are perfect for laidback days. It’s best to wear a neutral top for this to make the pants’ color stand out.
When an unexpected cold breeze comes, you’ll need a thick jacket to keep you cozy. We suggest a printed pink one like this one from Mary Kantrantzou.
A flowy magenta skirt will see you through brunches or nightly events. You can tone down this color by matching it with lighter colors; or you can follow Sies Marjan’s lead and amplify it with a printed top or cardigan.
Amid Anya Hindmarch’s quirky collection, we spotted small bags in different shades of pink. One is light, while the other is mauve-y—both were carried together for one ensemble to show contrasting hues.