How to Wear Pink This Summer

Here’s everything you need to know about how to wear pink this season.

In fashion trends tend to come and go quicker than the weather changes. And while the colour pink underwent a huge revival a few seasons ago now, much to our delight, the uplifting shade isn’t going anywhere any time soon.

At the recent New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks, the streets were awash with all shades of pink. From dusky delicate, rose hues to show-stopping electric pinks, the fun and joyful shade is definitely one of the colours to be seen in this season. Here are our favourites tips on how to wear pink right now.


If you want to turn heads and stop traffic with your wardrobe, nothing gets the job done quite like a head-to-toe pink outfit. 

Embrace tonal dressing this season by pairing hot pink shades with soft blush hues to create a look that’s street style worthy.


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Clockwise from top left: Prada heels, $940 from Matches Fashion. Pomellato Nudo ring from Orsini Fine Jewellery; Camilla & Marc “Audrey” skirt, $425. Aje “Cassia” dress, $580; Deadly Ponies “Mr Verne” $699. Chloé blouse, approx $1900 from Net-A-Porter.



While pink is undoubtedly a pretty colour, gone are the days where wearing pink had to equate to an ultra-feminine look. However, if you’re still wary of the colour’s former reputation as a girly shade there are easy ways to dress pink down and give it a modern edge.

Try pairing bright pops of pink with a touch of denim or leather; team your all-pink ensemble with a pair of chunky combat boots or Dad sneakers; or try investing in menswear-inspired silhouettes in various shades of pink.

Accessories are the finishing touch on any look and adding a statement handbag and jewellery is another way to give your head-to-toe pink ensemble a point of difference. 


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Wearing pink and red together has long been considered one of the biggest faux pas you can make where fashion is concerned. But thanks to the world of high fashion and street style, this old fashion rule has well and truly been forgotten. You can take a look at our favourite ways to wear pink and red together right here

But when it comes to clashing vibrant shades with your favourite pink pieces, don’t limit yourself to pairing pink and red together. You’ll be sure to create a statement if you pair  right and cheery shades of pink with green. Not convinced? Here is some inspiration to work green into your wardrobe with pink. 

Take a look at more of our favourite street style looks that will show you how to wear to pink right now. 

The Dior Spring/Summer 2020 Collection

With New York, London and Milan Fashion weeks done and dusted for another year, Christian Dior’s show marks the beginning of Paris Fashion Week. For the Dior Spring/Summer 2020 runway show, creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted the assistance of Coloco, a Paris-based environmental design collective, which Chiuri has turned to for inspiration.

With the fashion world’s impact on the environment increasingly under scrutiny, with the help of Coloco, models were paraded through a grove of 164 trees. While Chiuri had initially planned to hold the show in one of Coloco’s urban gardens, it wasn’t meant to be and instead the trees that formed the backdrop of the show will be used in sustainability projects throughout Paris. 

As for the clothes, it was Catherine Dior, Christian Dior’s sister, who became the muse for Chiuri’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection. Catherine was one of the first women in France to hold a professional licence for wholesale floristry. 

Muse for the clothes on the catwalk was Catherine Dior, the designer’s sister, a member of the resistance and a devoted plantswoman who later became one of the first women in France to hold a professional licence for wholesale floristry. Within the collection, Dior’s passion for flora came to life with intricated floral detailing and the botanical prints of 17th-century botanist Maria Sybilla Merian.

Discover our favourite looks from the Dior Spring/Summer 2020 collection below.