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Three ways to wear Pink

Pink needn’t be tricky to wear – here’s our guide to styling the trend the grown-up way. From pale blush to daring fuchsia, here’s how to think pink this season

 

A little blush

Despite its girlish reputation, pastel pink is effortlessly sophisticated when worn as stylish separates. This jumper will prove to be a reliable addition to your going-out wardrobe, looking seriously chic paired with a shimmering pleated skirt for a smart event, but equally on-point with tailored trousers and kitten heels for cocktails.

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“EMBRACE the trend in elegant pastel shades”

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Raspberry crush

The best weather is coat weather, and a plush cashmere jumper is the ultimate layering piece for an autumnal day out. This season, forgo traditional navy or camel and opt instead for a pop of raspberry: the rich hue perfectly offsets this season’s boldest coats, such as leopard print or checks. Jeans and pale pink accessories, such as mid heels and a compact bag, complete the look.

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“Rich RASPBERRY perfectly offsets bold patterns”

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Feel-good fuchsia

Pink trousers are infinitely more cheering on a Monday morning than regular black or navy and are also surprisingly wearable when teamed with a burgundy velvet blazer. Pair with leopard-print trainers and a chunky grey jumper for the school run. Yes, you’ll stand out in the playground, but it’ll be for all the right reasons.

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“Show your CREATIVE side in vibrant fuchsia trousers”

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Editor: Dulcie Emerson / Photographer: Daniel Thomas Smith / Stylist: Vickie Keeble / Hair stylist: Ben Cooke
Make-up artist: Emma Kotch / Model: Avril at Models 1

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