In 2017, it may be hard to go a day without hearing the phrase Millennial Pink, but lest we forget, a few years ago the color more commonly conjured images of Elle Woods than a Glossier girl. Pink outfits, fortunately, have grown up too, and today you’ll find the streets of fashion week swarming with editors and bloggers in every shade of bubblegum and blush.
This being October, wearing pink has particular resonance right now, as the color marks Breast Cancer Awareness month. And while your favorite fuchsia coat may not be official BCA merch, you can always make a donation to Breast Cancer Research Foundation and wear your pink with pride.
Below see how versatile the hue can be, whether you wear it from head to toe—a Pepto-Bismol pink pantsuit or a salmon dress paired with a bright coat—or style it with denim or bright white.
Sleek accessories toughen up a floaty, feminine dress.
Try this cool take on the tracksuit trend.
The raw-hemmed blazer takes this look up a notch.
Bonus points for finding a bag that matches so perfectly.
Grab a friend, and call yourselves the Pink Ladies.
This pinky-mauve is a fresh choice.
The chunky boots balance out an ultra-chic coat-dress.
Not your average business suit.
Keep accessories simple with a head-to-toe print.
Don’t shy away from mixing hot pink and bright red.
We’re taking notes on how to make a sweatsuit look this good.
Go ahead, and pile on the out-there accessories.
This comfy ensemble is perfect for fall.
With a coat this dramatic, you can wear basic blue jeans and still be best dressed.
Note the coordinating pink scrunchie.
This look is all about the textures.
So much more fun than classic khaki.
This coat is a showstopper.
When in doubt, add more ruffles.
Now this is how you layer a dress over jeans.
Pale pink and bright white are a match made in heaven.
Break out the sneakers to dress down a more formal look.
We need these pink cords in our life.
Dreary days call for non-dreary outerwear.
Matching your shoes to your bag may be an old-school styling trick, but this outfit is all 2017.