Championed by everyone from Versace and Tibi to Gabriela Hearst, the strong silhouettes of these precision-cut pieces ensure that, despite their ability to brighten up a drab office, it’ll be obvious that you mean business. Daunted by the prospect of head-to-toe pink? A pink blazer will seal the deal on its own, or emulate Danish blogger Jeanette Friis Madsen and mix and match SS18’s sherbet shades.
Dress for success
Finding the perfect pink dress is without doubt the easiest way to dip your toe into this trend. We love Rejina Pyo’s diaphanous designs, complete with SS18’s must-have detail, the puffed sleeve; or you could try Oscar de la Renta’s update on that office-appropriate classic, the belted dress. As far as accessories are concerned, keep it simple. A pop of primary color or bright white in the form of ladylike kitten heels will keep things modern.
Mix it up
Why stop with just one shade? Italian designer and fashion authority Gilda Ambrosio demonstrates how well mixing hues and textures can work. Plus, with everyone from established designers like Gucci, Prada and Fendi to emerging talents such as Off-White and Christopher Kane creating ultra-covetable separates, there’s never been a better time to mix and match.
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