Pink aesthetic has undergone radical transformations in the last century.
Starting as a typical ‘boy’ color, it quickly flipped into becoming a hyper-feminine and girly palette, which has remained ever since. With some negative connotations associated with the shade, it has since been reclaimed and loved by millions worldwide. If you love pastels, neons, Millennial Pink, or even a subtle hint of bubblegum, there is a way you can work it into your everyday wardrobe.
A major favorite of fashion goers includes combining pink with other hues like blue, green, black, or white. You can even try your hand at a ‘fashion faux-pas’, by pairing pink and red together – trust us, it’s a statement worth making.