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.
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.
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.
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.
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.