Different shades of pink have been all over the SS21 runways, ranging from Chloé’s wide trousers to Valentin Yudashkin’s light summer dresses. It appears that this spring will bring you pink in various silhouettes, shapes and details, which will convince you to try the new trend in no time. If you’re in need of something bold or barely-there shades of rose for your spring wardrobe, look no more, as we present you with nine ways to wear pink this spring.
Oversized pink shirt. The more oversized, the better. Choose bold pink and wear it as a floaty dress on a hot day or try it with a pair of blue mum jeans and white sneakers for a casual look.
Breezy dress. You can never go wrong with a lightly coloured dress. Add a straw hat if you like and some high wedges, for that ‘by the sea, in the sun’ holiday look. Well, at least you’ll feel like you’re on holiday instead of being stuck between closed borders.
Pink Blazer. The blazer has been a big trend over the past few years, being a major staple in every woman’s wardrobe. When all the winter coats get shoved to the back of the wardrobe, the blazer makes its debut in warmer spring weather. However, it seems like it’s time to take it up a notch, so why not go for an eye-catching pink to make your wardrobe wink.
Masks. Masks. Masks. They’re not going anywhere so make it fashion. Try different designs with small elements of pink or maybe look for block colours. Either way, as long as it’s something fun, it will spice up your outfit for sure.
Wear pink with other bold colours. Try mixing it with green, red and even orange. Just remember our favourite style rule; choose the right colour shades according to your skin tone and you’ll never go wrong.
Ohh, shoes…Inserts heart eye emoji. Remember those bejewelled pink satin mules Carrie Bradshaw wore? So dreamy… But if Manolo Blahnik is not in your price range you might try ZARA’s pink leather heeled sandals. They’re far from the dupe version of the shoe, but it will look just as great styled with dresses, skirts or wide legged trousers.
Blouses, shirts and tops. A simple way to add this pink trend to your wardrobe is to purchase some tops with pink accents and interesting details such as ruffles or puff sleeves. You’ll be able to pair it with anything and your outfit will look trendier instantly.
Trousers. Imagine high-waisted, pale pink wide-leg trousers with a pair of high heels. So classic and simple but such a good look dressed up or down.
Pink accessories. You can always add small pink details to your wardrobe such as bags, hair bands, hair clips and sunglasses. Simple, easy and doesn’t cost millions.
For more inspiration on how to wear ‘Pink this Spring’ visit our Pinterest board https://www.pinterest.co.uk/carbononcampus/pink-for-spring/
Written by Beata Gerasimovaite