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From salmon to powder to Millenial, soft pink shades have been on trend for several seasons. And while pale pink continues to be on trend, it is being seen alongside darker and brighter shades of pink, berry, and fuchsia. Light purples like lavender and lilac are also gaining traction with true purple, and a mix of purples and pinks is a very hot look for spring. We got a hint of this from the past two seasons of awards shows where we saw many celebs rocking varying shades of pink and purple. These colors may already be residing in your closet; maybe this collage will inspire you to style them together for the first time!
short-sleeved blouse (available up to XXL) | hoop earrings | pink dress (available up to size 14) | loafers | double-breasted blazer and cropped pants (available up to size 12) | striped sweater (available up to XXL) | printed blouse (up to size 16/18) | pink sweater (available up to 3X) | sunglasses | blazer and trousers (available up to size 20) | handbag
Pink and purple on the runway:
Top Row: Marc Jacobs, KOCHÉ, Aniye By, Valentino
Bottom Row: Christian Siriano, Tadashi Shoji, Carolina Herrera, Louis Vuitton