Way before social media made the soft blush called millennial pink a style phenomenon, there was Mean Girls. The 2004 chick flick made the phrase “on Wednesdays we wear pink” a great punchline and sartorial rule. Now, thanks to a timely Broadway production of Mean Girls by Tina Fey, donning that colour might just get a timely reboot. And for some great wardrobe inspiration to how to wear this saccharine sweet look, just turn to the recent style style from the recent Fall/Winter ’18 shows. Here, we showcase some of the ways to rock this pretty shade. To mangle another line from the film, these are “just the rules of feminism”.
A camel trench coat may be a style staple in your wardrobe. But one in a bright Crayola shade like this is made for a statement piece.
Note how the woman on the left creates a colour-blocking look with her lemon yellow gloves and emerald green collar. Meanwhile, as the woman on the right shows, blue is a full-proof colour to go with pink.
There are a dozen hues of pink out there. Create more dimension and a more interesting look by teaming up items in different nuances of pink in one getup.
An anorak or puffer jacket in pink is perfect for sporty girls too.
Team up pink with other pastels: The overall effect is subtle but still head-turning.
Boiler suits are going to be big once again with the ’80s trend running through to F/W ’18. Pick out one in a sherbet hue for something less grungey.
Do the fashion peacock thing in a hot pink suit.
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