5 Ways To Wear Pink This Autumn (Even If It’s Not Your Thing)

 


 

 

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Now is a great time to add some pink to your wardrobe – not only because it’s a super flattering colour that comes in all sorts of versatile shades from neutral nudes to poppy fuchsias, but because it’s Wear It Pink Day today and Breast Cancer Awareness Month all October! If you’re a lover of the rosy tone, then this is the perfect opportunity to wear your favourite colour whilst supporting a great cause – but if you’re not, don’t despair. We’ve styled five autumn-ready looks in honour of Wear It Pink Day and there’s an option for everyone, even if pink isn’t something you’d usually go for…

 

1. You LOVE pink…

First things first, this one goes out to all the ride-or-die pink lovers out there: you’ve got the satin pink top with cute ruched detailing, the irresistibly cuddly blush borg jacket, the velour rose-coloured micro-bag and even some sparkly pink hair clips. This outfit screams “I LOVE PINK”, so it’s perfect for you…

2. You QUITE like pink…


For our second trick, we’ve taken two obviously pink pieces and switched things up a bit by pairing them with grungy boots, a cool jacket and yellow accents! The result? A primarily pink and preppy outfit with a fun edge. Great for if you like the shade but you don’t want to look obsessive.

 

3. You’ve considered dabbling in pink, but you’re yet to be convinced…

 


If you’re not normally drawn to the colour pink, then opting for a cool printed number which incorporates the colour could work well for you. Go for a floral midi dress in a range of autumnal shades, then use any additional pieces to pull out the key colours like rust, burgundy and mauve.

4. You’re partial to a little pink but you’re shy and prefer to avoid bold colours…

 

 

Bright colours aren’t for everyone but that’s absolutely fine because nude is just as legitimate a shade of pink as magenta. So, if your personal style is more muted, then this is the look for you. Pair some on-trend leather trousers with a top and turtleneck that both have a slight pink tinge.

5. You’re going on a girls night out and although pink is a definite, the vibe is TBC…

 

The other great thing about pink is that you can dress it up for completely different moods. Take this pink sequinned mini for example: you could wear it with a vibrant faux-fur jacket and heels but if you’re going for something a bit more grungy, chunky boots and a black coat will look great instead. One dress, multiple opportunities.


SOURCE: Topshop

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