I'm a Born-Again Pink Fan, and These Are My Favourite Pieces

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. It feels like it’s having another moment, and I feel more in tune with the idea second (third?) time around.

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.

PINK COATS

This blush number looks so much more premium than its price tag suggests. 

We’re always here for a toasty funnel-neck coat. 

As close to wearing your dressing gown out of the house as it gets. 

PINK DRESSES

Wear this hot-pink dress with burgundy boots for the perfect tonal ensemble. 

Ghost’s sellout Jenna dress now comes in the most glorious shade of pink. 

This dress will look the winter wedding guest pair with a chocolate faux-fur jacket and metallic strappy heels. 

PINK JUMPSUITS

Boilersuits are officially back for autumn, but none are more on trend than Ganni’s pink denim offering. Get it before it inevitably sells out.

Thanks to the wide-leg trousers and nipped-in waist, this jumpsuit will look flattering on everyone. 

We’re turning our attention from satin midis to this divine all-in-one by Staud.

PINK BLAZERS

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Try wearing with leather trousers and heels for your next night out. 

Take a checked blazer, make it pink and what do you get? Your next ASOS order, that’s what. 

Just when we thought our cord obsession couldn’t get more out of hand. 

PINK KNITWEAR

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Take your penchant for ruffles to the next level with this hot pink knit. Just add straight-leg jeans and white boots. 

Bell sleeves are a major A/W 18 trend. Invest now. 

Who said pink was reserved for jumpers? Layer this cardigan over a slip dress for a chic high/low look. 

PINK TROUSERS

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Make pink work for the office with a pair of wide-leg trousers. 

Buy these wool tweed trousers now and your legs will thank you for it when the big chill inevitably rolls in. 

PINK TOPS

This blouse is everything that was good about the ’80s. Just avoid wearing it with leg warmers. 

This pale pink hue will suit all skin tones. We recommend wearing with khaki strides and your trusty leather biker. 

Pair this cropped style with high waist jeans and courts after dark. 

PINK SKIRTS

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Add biker boots and an oversized knit to give this skirt a downtime spin. 

Beautiful and frugal, this is one purchase you’ll never regret making. 

Loafers, belts, bags and now skirts—is there anything Gucci can’t do? 

PINK BAGS

Velvet bags are autumn’s pick of arm candy, and this Loeffler Randall number is at the top of our wish list. 

Use this bag to brighten up your workwear ensembles. 

For the ultimate purchase, look no further than Boyy’s iconic bag. 

PINK SHOES

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Everyone’s new kick obsession now comes in pink. And yes, that means we’re now even more obsessed. 

Even boots have been given the pink treatment this season.

Barely-there sandals are still the It girl’s footwear of choice. Now, thanks to Zara, they’re even easier to get on board with. 

Now let’s check out the other autumn/winter 2018 trends of note…