How to Wear Head-to-Toe Pink If You Want to Be More Stylish

Unlike the usual sharp (sometimes grungy) looks we're used to seeing Italian designer and It girl Gilda Ambrosio wearing, we've recently spotted her at Milan Fashion Week wearing some more unexpected looks. Ambrosio is embracing colour (just like everyone else) and has stepped out in two different all-pink looks

Head-to-toe pink might feel tricky or daunting to pull off, but Ambrosio makes it feel effortless. So how can you pull off this trending colour while staying true to your style? Choose the right accessories and styling tricks to make it feel like "you". 

If overly girly isn't your jam, add unexpected details like a pushed-up sleeve or mismatched earrings. Or, if head-to-toe pink is part of your usual repertoire, try a muted shade of pink instead.

Keep scrolling to see the Ambrosio outfits and shop pieces to get the look.


Millennial Pink
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Style notes: What we love most about this look is the unexpected volume and proportion of the top and skirt. Ambrosio keeps true to her style by pushing up her sleeves and wearing her signature anklets.


Muted Pink
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Style notes: Keep the whole look elegant by adding grey and brown accessories.

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Lara Burnell
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Who's your style icon? 

Jenny Walton. She has a quirky, French, feminine style I adore. She mixes designer, vintage, high street really well and isn’t afraid of colour and print. My style board on Pinterest is full of street style images from her at fashion week events.

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My vintage red tartan jacket. It's timeless and bold. I love wearing it with a red matte lipstick. 

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