The Colour Combo You Need to Try Now

Forget everything you’ve been taught about clashing colours – this hot colour combo breaks all the rules.

Pairing pink and red together has long been thought of as the ultimate fashion faux pas. But thanks to the fashion powers that be – local ethically minded designer Maggie Marilyn, designer and Lady Gaga’s fashion direction Brandon Maxwell, and New York Fashion Week favourite Cushnie et Ochs – now is the time to embrace this rule-breaking colour combo.

Fortunately, we don’t have to wait till next season to try our hand at this rebellious colour statement as a handful of designers are already embracing the trend. Take a look at some of our favourite pieces in the gallery below. Need more street style inspiration for spring? Check out our favourite looks from the Big Apple right here

The Must-Have Red Fashion That You Need Now

Not sure what to wear this season? You can’t go wrong with these must-have red fashion pieces.

While most fashion trends seem to come and go faster than seasons change, there are a handful of colours that are always in fashion no matter what time of year it is. Red – from the fiercest fiery shades to deep ruby hues – is one of those colours that you need in your wardrobe all year round.

How to Wear Red

Working the vibrant shade into your wardrobe’s colour palette is easy. If you’re not quite up for wearing the vibrant shade from head-to-toe, a statement red blazer or coat is sure to make a timeless addition to your wardrobe. While all shades of red partner with black and white, don’t be afraid to team your favourite shade of red with other block colours such as green – which you can find out how to do right here.  And you can forget about what you’ve been told about clashing pink and red as designers in London, Milan, Paris and New York teamed the two shades together on the runway.

Take a look at our favourite must-have red fashion pieces in the gallery below. 

In need of some more inspiration for your wardrobe? Try working autumnal shades into your colour palette this season.