3 Ways To Use Pink In Your Winter Wardrobe

Winter might be a time of darkness, but your wardrobe doesn’t have to be dull. Even if your look is absolutely slaying that monochrome life, injecting a hint of pink can be a great way to mix things up a little bit, and winter is a rather good time to do so!

So whether you’re into brights or a more muted look, we’re here to share with you three different ways you can use pink in your winter wardrobe this year!

A coat or jacket

A coat in winter is often the key element of any outfit, and it’s a great way to inject some colour into your look. The best thing about opting for a coat or jacket is there are just so many different styles and options.

One option is to go for a pastel pink denim jacket paired with a hoodie and trainers, or an ankle length duster jacket with paper bag trousers and heeled boots.

Another way to really make a statement is to go bright, and we absolutely love this hot pink wet look puffer jacket from Miss Selfridge. We love how the model has paired it with striped trousers and trainers, but it would look just as great with hiking boots and a woolly hat up a mountain!

For a night out

If you’re planning a night out, there’s no reason to stick to dark colours or the typical wintery colours like burgundy or navy, as pink has stayed bang on trend this winter.

This long sleeved pink jumpsuit from Missy Empire will keep the chill off your arms and is also a great option for people who don’t like having their arms on show as it means you don’t need to find something to wear over the top.

Subtly

If you don’t want to make too much of a statement but are still keen to rock the pink, then there are plenty of ways of including a splash of pink in a more subtle manner.

We love these belted paper bag trousers from Topshop in pink, as they’re a nice pale shade that goes with everything. These would look great with all sorts of different outfits, we really like how versatile they are. One option would be to pair them with a camel or tan coat and some brogues!

Another subtle way to incorporate a touch of pink into your look is by accessorising. Opt for a pink bag, or, as it’s cold outside, a baby pink bobble hat is a super cute addition when venturing outside.

Or why not go for pink makeup, to switch things up? Bright pink lipstick pairs equally well with an all-black outfit or a sparkly dress, perfect for all manner of different occasions. And you can never go far wrong with a pink manicure!

We hope this has given you some ideas and fashion inspiration to see you through the rest of the winter time this year! One thing is for sure, pink is going nowhere soon. We’re likely to see it stick around into the springtime too, so you can see any new additions as an investment for seasons to come.

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