Whether it is the girly, childish connotations or simply because it can be very dominating, many people are scared of experimenting with pink and shy away from the colour. However, pink is no longer reserved for bridesmaid dresses and extravagant debutante gowns; it’s the statement colour that you need in your wardrobe!
As designers experiment with various hues of pink, there is a shade for occasion; pastel pinks are perfect for summery days out, while incorporating dusky shades into your work outfit can look incredibly professional. When wearing pink, find a shade that suits you and wear it with confidence.
Here are a few other tips on how to look pretty in pink;
One of the safest ways to wear pink is by adding a subtle infusion of pink through your accessories, or one item of clothing. It is best to start with a neutral palette and brighten the look with just one or two pieces, pink can be overpowering if not controlled so in this case, less is more! This velvet pink skirt
and ivory embroidered top
work seamlessly together.
For a bold evening look, wear a statement monochrome pink dress. If you are wearing a bright or powerful pink, tone down the rest of your look by wearing your hair in a simple do and keep your make-up neutral. Here is one of our favourite pink pieces, the pink two tone jewelled neckline pleated dress
Shake it up
If you are a confident wearer of pink, try mixing up the volumes, shades and prints. The combination of a bold print and colour will help you to stand out from the crowd and make an impression. Here are a range of our favourite pink patterned items.
Embrace your feminine side and find some room in your wardrobe for pink this summer.