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How To Wear Pink


by Olivia Keating
28th May 2017

Jason Lloyd Evans

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From blush and rose to fushcia and magenta, pink is this summer’s hottest hue. As seen at Valentino and Blumarine, the trick here is mix and matching plentiful shades of pink – one block of colour will no longer suffice. But avoid looking too matchy-matchy by choosing pieces adorned with fun, quirky prints or try adding punch with a box bag in a strong, contrasting colour as seen at Mulberry. A sweep of red lippy is the perfect finishing touch.

Valentino, Blumarine, Mulberry

Shop The Trend

Pleated tiered dress, €99 at H&M

Pink roosters scarf, €58 at Bimba Y Lola

Wrap floral dress, €29.95 at Mango

Rene floral-print crepe cami top, Preen Line, €241 at Matches Fashion

Striped palazzo trousers, €39.95 at Zara

Adorada pompom-embellished woven raffia tott, Sophie Anderson, €207 at Net-A-Porter

Violeta ruffle-trimmed printed cotton-poplin maxi dress, Borgo De Nor, €1,020 at Browns Fashion

Star pink cashmere sweater, €450 at Seagreen

Pleated floral midi skirt, Red Valentino, €725 at Brown Thomas

Bow wedge espadrilles, €57 at Topshop

Silk pyjama shirt, Marques Almeida, €400 at Brown Thomas

Classic cut swimsuit, €39 at & Other Stories

 

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