Think Pink: How to Work Pink into Your Everyday Wear

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Although I’m partial to the neutral wardrobe (white, grays, black, navy…), I’ve discovered how fun it can be to mix in some color now and again. A recent obsession – pink. Ranging from millennial pink to bubble gum pink, many shades act as an accent color that matches [almost] everything.

With warm summer months as the perfect excuse to experiment with a little pop of color, scroll to read how to incorporate shades of pink into your everyday wear.

  • All Dressed Up: The best dresses are the ones you can wear with both tennies and heels. This fun and frilly dress from Hello Fashion is comfy and unexpectedly versatile.

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  • Cute and Comfy Tee: Though I normally gravitate towards the plain white tee (which will always have its place), I found myself reaching for this irresistible bubble gum pink knotted t-shirt from Madewell. The shade pairs especially well with white, denim and army green.

  • Over the Top: For more formal wear, a millennial pink blazer or jacket is the perfect way to mix in color to your work-wear while still remaining polished and professional.

Photo:  Lissadee

Photo: Lissadee

  • The Accessory Scarf: Bandanas are my current go-to accessory for pretty much any outfit. Wear it in your hair, around your neck, tied around your wrist or on a bag for a little pop. Try Madewell for similar styles.

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  • A Statement Purse: A pink cross-body is a great alternative for the everyday bag. This cute little guy comes from J-Crew.

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  • Bright Sunnies: As a subtle statement piece (if that’s a thing), a pair of pink shades like these from Urban Outfitters are a great addition to any summer outfit.