Suppose there is one colour that stylists and designers have forecasted as THE colour to wear and embrace with the new season; pink, in all its glorious shades. From blush to watermelon and rose to fuchsia, no colour screams ‘happy’ like a pop of pink.
Catwalks and store windows are full of every shade of pink. Paris Fashion Week, earlier this year, also saw the Maison Valentino fashion show celebrating the predicted pink hue with an almost monochromatic collection of great significance. This brought sensuality and love to the stage and recreated the fundamental principle of creativity in fashion: that a single element can generate freedom and infinite possibilities.
Stripping down your palette to a single powerful hue maximises the possibilities and does more with less. In clothing, accessories and even make-up, pink can be worn for all occasions as it lifts our mood and brings vibrancy to any look.
Dressed up in a silky satin finish, lined with hints of opulence around the collar, the Sheike Sovereign Dress is no ordinary pink dress. Paired with a natural bone-coloured heel from Nine West, make a romantic statement at your next formal event.
Feminine, romantic and calm, yet robust, cheerful and confident, a Seed Heritage midi is the day dress of the season. Pair it with a chunky slide for a picnic in the park or your favourite winter boot (that you’re not quite ready to put away yet until next winter); versatility is at the heart of this wardrobe staple.
If the monochromatic look isn’t for you, try pairing pink with soft blues or beige tones, or sweeten pink with white basics for a fresh and clean aesthetic.