Pink doesn’t have to be a stereotyped colour reserved for Barbie and little girls. Pink has its place in high fashion, and in this blog, we’ll look at the catwalk styles that rock pink and reclaim it from the little girls’ bedrooms.
Armani showed an elegant black gown with colour coming from a massive baby pink feather boa.
Dundas showed a bold bright pink top which combines the bright colour with the floral trend. It’s paired with an imitation zebra skin skirt and matching zebra shoes.
Armani’s fairy gown looks like something Tinkerbelle has just taken off and uses a mixture of pinks and lilacs for a magical feminine look.
This gown is using the subtlest pink imaginable, so soft it looks off-white. This shows that pink can be feminine and used without being garish and childlike.
Fendi showed this 1920s style gown that radiates glamour. A pink faux fur section is joined to a built-up gown section that is layered using sequins to create a sparkly, glamorous look.
This gown is full on and as bold as pink can be, so much so it looks like a Barbie accessory. If you’re willing to go bold, this is the outfit to do it in.
This pink satin gown is perfect for any evening occasion. The baby pink is bold and is perfect for matching to the uncomplicated cut of the dress itself.
This Fendi gown combines the faux fur trend with the pink trend in a very subtle hue. The cut is designed to accentuate the waist for a super feminine silhouette.
Romance was born
This bold look uses shocking pink tights as the main colour of the outfit, combined with pink and grey feathers. This outfit also uses the polka dot and mesh trends for a look that is keeping on trend in multiple ways.