It’s one of the hottest colors of the season and THE pantone color of the year. Rose Quartz, or pastel pink, is a hue not often associated with strong, independent girl-boss wardrobes. But times they are a changin’. Since the 1950s, pastel pink has been the go-to color for identifying all things traditionally considered feminine and girly and is, historically, mostly associated with baby and kids-wear. Lately, however, it has been popping up all through the runway shows. Appearing in different iterations for a couple of seasons now. And people are finally starting to take notice starting with a pink coat trend that was all over street style blogs last year.
Now, the colors popularity is skyrocketing to new heights. Pretty rose hues are popping up all across the fashion spectrum, not just in outerwear. My favorite way to wear this trend is to look for pieces with a more structured shape. The clean lines paired with pastel hues create a nice contrast that adds interest to any ensemble.
But if structured shapes aren’t your thing, here a couple ideas to keep in mind while you look for pieces in pink shades.
- Head-to-toe hues can be a lot of color in one look leaving your ensemble feeling one dimensional. To keep from feeling too juvenile pair rose shades with whites, creams, or nudes for a polished look that will take you from brunch to the boardroom.
- Go big or go home… Try finding large graphic floral prints in your rosy hue, it grounds the look and keeps it from appearing to sweet or dainty.
- If you feel like pink clothing isn’t your style but you still want to try the trend. Think about finding accessories in this pastel shade. As I mentioned before the color goes great with neutrals but it looks equally fantastic with navy or denim.
I hope you liked this post. And special thanks again to Lola New York for providing this gorgeous dress. If you want to check out more of their awesome pink items and are in the New York area, you can visit them at LOLA New York 396 Mamaroneck Ave White Plains, NY 10605. Or for those of those of you too far away, you can head on over to their website www.lolany.com. And as always let us know what you think of the post and if you have anything you want to see on the site leave them down in the comments below.
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All Photos by Bain Stevens