Ready to think pink? From the babiest of shades to aged, dusty sophisticated versions, petal pink is making a huge comeback for fall 2014.
Winter white always looks and feels so luxe, and sometimes soft, blushy shades of pastels in the wintertime, when paired artfully, can have the same effect. I’m feeling that an ultra soft, whispery shade of petal pink is on the rise as the new “it” color of the season, with potential to become just as chic as the classic neutrals!
See below for some of our favorite designer offerings:
Jason Wu goes for a velvety finish with the shade, introducing it with a bit of grey to it and confident enough to infuse it with elegant wide-leg trousers.
Marissa Webb goes for pink on pink appeal, making it absolutely introducing by introducing slouchy shapes that can hold their own when put together.
Rebecca Minkoff applies sheers and pleating in this color, giving it a bit of an edge with a deep, dark lip stain to offset the assumption of soft pink femininity.
As delicate as a petal, this flouncy layered skirt from Milly by Michelle Smith takes on a bit of a champagne hue, but overall, channeling something bold and a little bad ass with its assertive frou frou and flow of garment.
Even at Marc by Marc Jacobs (MBMJ), who tends to unequivocally skew away from the trends, featured the softest of feminine pink shades, albeit, toughened up by the heavy duty, rubbery texture of the skirt.