Why Pink Is The Must-Have Hue For Spring
Pink, the colour typically associated with Barbie and features prominently in every pre-adolescent girl’s wardrobe, has evolved into a gender-neutral shade this spring. At the Oscars 2019 red carpet, Jason Momoa looked unapologetically masculine in his pink velvet suit, while Gemma Chan’s hot pink ruffled dress was a sensational construct, a modern departure from the demure damsel in distress undertone. Evidently, pink has reached a new status of versatility and in time to come, will be embraced by more men.
Zara Fuchsia Blazer & Skinny Trousers
This bright fuchsia set is a juxtaposition of masculine and feminine, with an emphasis on sharp tailoring. The long-sleeve V-neck blazer and its matching high waist skinny counterpart feature a seamless sleek cut that is flattering for all body shapes.
Adidas Originals By Ji Won Choi 3-Stripe Snap Button Jumpsuit
This jumpsuit rendition of our favourite Adidas Originals tracksuit is the epitome of athleisure chic. The gorgeous berry hue from the Ji Won Choi collab boasts a sleeveless top with snap button-front closure all the way down and finishes with a wide leg bottom. Eye-catching yet impossibly comfortable, dressing up has never been this easy.
Zara Polka Dot Skirt With Slit
Dyed in the ever-popular millennial pink shade, this flowy polka dot skirt channels the 50s. Featuring a high-cut slit with decorative lined buttons in the front, this flirtatious number is a great opportunity to flaunt your legs.
Prada Sidonie Two-Tone Leather Belt Bag
Spotted on celebrities such as Rita Ora and Hailee Steinfeld, the Prada Sidonie bag is a flawless unison of the brand’s early aesthetic and modern day design. Crafted with a pink and black colour-blocked leather, the curved silhouette with a distinct flap closure is utilitarian enough to fit your everyday essentials and can be worn in a variety of ways.
NAMJOSH Classic Embellished Headband
On bad hair days, this bright fuschia headband will lift your spirits, and also break the monotony of your typical colour palette.
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