While colour trends come and go, there’s one hue that’s proven itself to have a longer life span than the rest: pink. Having dominated the rails of the shops and our wardrobes alike last year, it seems our love affair with pink has progressed from a casual fashion fling to a full-blown relationship that stands the test of time.
With the designers at Valentino, Prada and Versace sending magenta-clad models down the runways, and a brand-new Barbie film on the horizon—Barbiecore is a thing now, by the way—it feels like pink is having yet another moment. And this time around, it’s hotter and more vibrant than ever.
But which pieces are really worth buying into? We’ve delved into the depths of the retail network to find the best pink clothing and accessories to shop now. Coats, boots, dresses, tops, skirts, trousers, blazers, bags—if it’s pink and worthy of your hard-earned cash, you’ll find it here. You’ll also find some stellar styling suggestions courtesy of our favourite street style stars. Keep scrolling, and you’ll see life (and your outfit) really is better when there’s pink involved.
Choose a coat in a vibrant pink hue, and you’re guaranteed to turn heads. We think you’ll agree the pink pieces really pop here—this group snap gives us some fresh colour-clashing inspiration, too.
Find me a more spectacular pink coat. I’ll wait.
Try wearing with leather trousers and heels for your next night out.
Very Emily in Paris.
Pink can be tricky to wear, especially if you’re new to the colour, so a rosy frock is a strong starting point. Just team it with black accessories, and let the dress do the talking.
Like all of Reformation’s dresses, this hot-pink number can be styled casually or for events.
When you want to make an entrance—this is the dress.
This tiered style will look the part for winter weddings paired with metallic strappy heels.
Sling a pink knit over your shoulder to throw on when you’re feeling the chill. This is such an easy way to add the shade into your wardrobe and perfectly timed for the incoming cold months.
Just add straight-leg jeans and white boots.
Take your penchant for pink to the next level with this versatile knit.
Slouchy, high-neck and the perfect deep pink? *Adds to cart.*
Top-to-toe pink? I’m on board. Magenta suiting feels like a modern take on Barbie’s style—plus it’s a unique option for winter weddings.
It turns out tweed can be cool, as proven by Mango.
Dress down these smart trousers with box-fresh trainers.
This glorious blazer is also available in the Plus range.
You can create an interesting tonal look with a stunning blouse as a base. Designers and high-street brands alike have been dropping plenty of rich iterations.
The tie-detail trend isn’t going anywhere.
This cool pink hue will suit all skin tones.
Pair this wrapover style with high-waist jeans and courts after dark.
For evenings out and elevated everyday looks, opt for a silky slip skirt or knitted style in a bright-pink hue. You can keep the rest of the outfit simple, or team it with a tangerine orange like Jeanette Madsen did.
Add biker boots and an oversized knit to give this skirt a downtime spin.
Buy the whole set if you’re feeling brave.
If Barbie lived in colder climates, she’d own this skirt.
Feeling a little nervous to go full-on pink? Tap into the trend in a small way, and add a fuchsia handbag to your otherwise neutral look. Pink and black is a truly timeless combination.
An easy grab-and-go option.
For the ultimate designer purchase, look no further than Loewe’s iconic Puzzle Bag.
This 3D-printed clutch is a great conversation starter.
Whether you’re styling an all-pink ensemble or simply seeking some pink accessories for your repertoire, these playful designs no doubt fit the bill.
Even boots have been given the pink treatment this season.
Everyone’s favourite kicks also come in bubblegum pink.
The noughties called—and we picked up.
Now let’s check out the other autumn/winter 2022 trends of note…