27th Jun 2016
Turn the traditional notion of pink on its?head by reimagining it in unexpected shapes and unlikely pairings.
A pink puffa jacket? Why not. The sorbet shade makes this oversized jacket feel a little less utilitarian.
Masculine tailoring looks fresh and modern when worn?in pink rather than pinstripe.
The fuchsia pink sequins of this skirt have a disco rather than ditsy vibe, while the simple black top anchors the entire outfit.
Create a look that’s sexy rather than saccharine by balancing?pink with flashes of flesh.
Bag pants have a boyish appeal that negates the prettiness of the pastel shade.
Strong tailoring is always a good foil for frothy colours.
Give pink added punch by pairing it with vibrant tangerine. Colour blocking is a great way to add personality to your outfit.
Wear pink with a practical fabric like denim to undercut its frivolous associations.
Rethink a classic trench in pink. It looks fresh and modern.
Add character to your look by choosing a shade of pink with depth, such as fuchsia and neon.
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