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How To Wear Millennial Pink Without Looking Too Trendy

The trendiest colour of summer is a pretty dusky pink. Here’s how to wear millennial pink, without looking like a fashion victim.

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how to wear millennial pink, a photo of Toronto's Sugar Beach and its pink umbrellas

Wear millennial pink without trying to hard

Millennial pink – a soft dusty rose – is everywhere right now. (Even on the very Instagrammable umbrellas at Sugar Beach in Toronto.) It is such a pretty shade and is flattering to every skin tone. But the key to look like you’re not trying too hard. That you’re not a fashion victim. You do that by simply pairing it with neutrals in similar tones, like ecru, soft grey and off-white. Read on to see our favourite millennial pink picks and how you can wear them.

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how to wear millennial pink, Gap pleated dress

How to wear a millennial pink dress

This light and airy dress is an effortless choice for the hot and humid summer weather.

Gap sundress, $100 at gapcanada.ca.

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how to wear millennial pink, ann taylor tie-up sandal

How to wear millennial pink shoes

Pink sandals are easy to wear. Just just pair them with your outfit as you would wear brown leather gladiators.

Anne Taylor Galen Lace Up Bow Flat Sandal, $161.08 at annetaylor.com.

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how to wear millennial pink, Ted Baker London beach hat

How to wear a millennial pink hat

The touch of pink on this beachy hat is a stylish touch that is subtle enough not to clash with your coverup.

Ted Baker London Striped Sun Hat, $119 at tedbaker.com.

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how to wear millennial pink, Toms transluscent pink framed sunglasses

How to wear millennial pink sunglasses

While your standard black frames seem to go with everything, these pink sunnies are a great fashion swap.

Toms Luisa Sunglasses, $170 at toms.ca.

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how to wear millennial pink, a soft pink pleated scarf

How to wear a millennial pink scarf

Just imagine how quickly this on-trend scarf will update a white T-shirt and faded jeans.

Indigo Pleated Viscose Scarf, $35 at indigo.ca.

Originally Published in Best Health Canada