Rethink Pink: 8 Grown-Up Ways To Wear The Color
Click through to discover eight refreshing ways to make pink part of your grown-up look.
Tip: Pink outerwear brightens up a neutral palette.
There’s something so Rear Window about a pale, pink coat. Pair it with a neutral layer, like a white paneled skirt, and you’ll be on your way to creating a modern, Grace Kelly-inspired ensemble.
Tip: An embellished, petal pink dress is a fail-safe party choice.
Found yourself in a party pickle? Not anymore, thanks to this totally feminine frock. When shopping for your own, be sure to look for simple silhouettes with standout textures like sequins, feathers, and beading.
Tip: Committing to a pink suit? Go Carrie Bradshaw on it with a striped shirt and statement brooch.
There’s a school of thought (endorsed by us) that whatever Carrie Bradshaw wore on Sex and the City is basically perfection. So, naturally, when we spotted this Bradshaw-esque suit on the streets we began recreating, immediately!
Tip: Pink and Purple can be worn together, and here’s how.
It's only natural to shy away from cliché color combinations, but London-based stylist Julia Sarr Jamois’ rendition of a pink Celine coat and purple turtleneck reaffirmed that you shouldn't fix what isn't broken.
Tip: Mix volumes, shades, and prints of pink.
If you're looking to get the most out of your revived love for pink, we suggest an outfit à la Laura Bailey. Her Simone Rocha Wide-Leg Wool-Blend Pants ($1070) look bold next to that fuchsia, printed blouse. Ground the ensemble with a pale bomber jacket or coat.