The reign of millennial pink is finally coming to an end. There is a new shade of pink that has slowly took started to take centre stage. Enter…hot pink. Fuschia pinks have been one of the main colours to hit the runways for Spring/Summer 2018. Many of the big designers have sent their models down the catwalks in this vibrant hue. Eye Catching, feminine and fierce, this colour is tipped to make big moves this season. In fact, it is already happening. Many high street stores are already stocking hot pink styles and it would seem the response is as good as we expected.
If you’re an avid gym goer then you will already be aware that bright colours are featured on a lot of styles that are produced in activewear. Hot pink has no infiltrated the activewear market, which is no surprise. Turn some heads when you’re working out by wearing this amazing shade. Dial down the hot pink colour by taming it with more neutral tones such as grey or black.
Hot pink isn’t a colour you would ever associate with office wear, but it can be done. The key is to keep the fabrics luxurious, for example, silk or satin and make sure you don’t go too OTT. Some collections featured oversized hot pink blazers that are perfect for the office. Don’t go too crazy with the accessories and just let the colour do the talking. A good way to wear the hot pink in early Spring is to wear a trench coat in the vibrant colour. Style the trench coat with a silk scarf containing pops of hot pink and then keep the rest of the outfit in more conservative tones like black, grey, charcoal or shade along those line.