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‘Living Coral’ may be the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2019, but the high street preferred a softer take on the trend this season.
Rocking a range of pink shades from the demure dusty rose to über modern millennial pink (a softer, muted version of rose gold), collections seen up and down the high street proves that this spectrum of shades is seriously stylish.
And who can forget THE pink dress (a frothy, saccharine-pink tulle dress by Molly Goddard, to be exact) that captured the attention of the Great British public in season one of award winning drama ‘Killing Eve’, effortlessly taking contract killer Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, from screen villain to fashion darling in the space of one episode.
In fact, now that we’re in the heat of summer you may well reconsider orange and pink as your new favourite colour combo; this Baum Und Pferdgarten ‘Agi’ Sheer Maxi Dress was such a hit that it sold out almost as soon as it arrived in-store at Black White Denim, Wilmslow (size 6 was still available at the time of writing).
So whether worn in the form of shoes, dresses, accessories or even head-to-toe ensembles, this flattering and feminine colour adds a lovely touch to an outfit. Try it for yourself if you’re after something subtle yet exciting…
Images (from top left):
‘Sweetie’ by Laura James Millinery, £65 Hire
‘Carnival’ by Rachel Black Millinery, £70 Hire
‘Verona’ a Titfers’ Exclusive, £65 Hire (main image)
(Hats supplied by TITFERS BY NEST . Photography courtesy of Helen Mary Images)
Baum Und Pferdgarten, ‘Agi’ Sheer Maxi Dress, £319 – www.blackwhitedenim.com
Baum Und Pferdgarten, ‘Mykala’ Sheer Blouse, £169 – www.blackwhitedenim.com
Marie Jo ‘Avero’ Bra in pearly pink – www.seesawlingerie.co.uk
Pink Pleated Tie Dye Effect Maxi Dress, £50 – Roman Originals
Rosie for Autograph Swimsuit, £39.50 – M&S
Pink Check Print Fit and Flare Dress, £40 – Roman Originals
Edisco Sequin Clutch, £55 – Dune London