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Make it work for work: Pink

From left: Christopher Kane, Off-White and Versace

Think pink is too ‘girly’ for the office? Think again. Not only is this punchy hue the perfect way to make a sartorial statement at work, it’s also shed all its saccharine associations to become the defining color of the decade. Here’s how to bring your corporate closet up to speed…


Suit up

  • Gabriela Hearst
    Sophie wool and silk-blend blazer
  • Stella McCartney
    Double-breasted wool-twill blazer
    Oversized double-breasted checked wool blazer
  • Alexander McQueen
    Wool-blend blazer
Pastel power suit
For a softer take, Jeanette Friis Madsen blends her sorbet hues
Charlotte Groeneveld’s millennial-pink midi would make a modern statement in the office

Dress for success

  • Mansur Gavriel
    Silk-satin maxi dress
  • REDValentino
    Ruffled silk crepe de chine midi dress
  • Roksanda
    Pleated silk-crepe midi dress
  • Preen Line
    Ayaka ruffled ruched asymmetric crepe de chine dress

Mix it up

  • Khaite
    Delia crepe shirt
  • Lee Mathews
    Stella silk-satin midi skirt
  • Gabriela Hearst
    Masto wool and silk-blend slim-leg pants
  • The Knitter
    The Bubblegum mohair-blend sweater
Set the tone
Gilda Ambrosio shows how to work contrasting shades of pink