Posted by Gabi Muller on February 27, 2017
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It’s 2017, and the color pink is no longer reserved just for girls. It’s now a modern and fashionable unisex shade seen all over the runways and street-style shots on fashion blogs. It’s unofficially the color of the year (and it’s only February).
Huge brands like Chanel, Lacoste, Hermes, Sportmax and more all showed pink in their latest runway collections in a variety of ways, embracing the trend and cementing its status as a must-buy shade.
However, this year the shade is bolder, less soft, pastel and feminine (circa. 2016), and more look-at-me. Gone are the over girly accents and frills, a sportier, edgy feel takes their place. Think confident!
For men it’s: bright structured shirts; pink suits worn with a crisp white shirt and bold tie; or even chinos and a matching overcoat. Too much, it seems, is never enough. (Uh, where we get that black t-shirt? WANT!)
For woman think: oversize pink coats in a variety of shapes – puffers, overcoats, faux fur, cropped – often paired with a colour such as red, black, or taupe; bold and body-flattering trousers worn with a solid colour top; or bright shoes (yes please, our fave)! And don’t think that you can’t pair pink on pink, because you most certainly can.
In fact, red also seems to be another key shade for 2017, worn with something eye-catching like pink, of course. Who would have dreamt that we could match these two shades and that they would work in perfect harmony?
Of course rocking pink from work to weekend requires a little fashion confidence because it’s sure to turn heads. Have you got what it takes?
Overall we’re just in love with this new trend. A chance to pop on that pink and strut your stuff – guys, girls, anything goes!
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**Photos from Pinterest & Style.com