What pinks are hot this spring
Soft, blush pink, sometimes called Millennial Pink, had several years as the go-to colour for designers. A new colour has pushed the gentle baby pink out of the spotlight. This year’s hottest colour is hot pink. Bright fuchsia showed up on plenty of SS18 runways, and the colour already made its way from the runway to the real world. If you are ready to hop on this fashion trend we have a few tips for how to wear the 2018’s boldest colour – hot pink.
Since active wear clothes frequently feature bright colours, athleisure is the easiest place to start adding hot pink into your wardrobe. Get your blood pumping by adding this lively colour to your workout wardrobe! Rihanna’s 2018 designs for Puma use hot pink as the accent colour across the collection. Tone the pink down with neutrals like grey or navy to make the colour more wearable for you and to breakdown the look.
Probably the most difficult place to pull off hot pink is at the office, but it can be done. The trick to wearing hot pink at work is to keep the fabrics luxe and the silhouettes clean. Tom Ford’s Spring 2018 collection features plenty of pink blazers that can be worn at work. Avoid over accessorising your look, as it may make the outfit look cheap. Let the colour be the statement.
A good spring jacket can add a ton of style to even a simple outfit. A classic trench in a bright colour is a bold choice. Style the coat with a gorgeous silk scarf to complete the outerwear look. We love the pink trench from Topshop accessorised with this a navy or white scarf to complete the look