Okay, Fearne—I'm Going to Buy Your £50 Zara Suit Today

This time over just a year ago, Fearne Cotton managed to track down a bubblegum pink trouser suit from Zara for £80 to ring in spring. At the time, the retailer's rails were flooded with trouser suits in a rainbow of pastel colours—from lemon to mint to baby blue. But the hue that seemed to pique the fashion set's interest was still pink, seasons after it first came into play. Back then Fearne wore the belted, ankle-grazing trousers with the matching blazer, a leopard-print blouse with pink splodges and a pair of white brogues adorned with black frills.

Fast forward 14 months and Fearne's back onto the trend, picking yet another pink suit from Zara and wearing it in a far more casual, very London-girl ensemble for 2019, with a printed tee, shoulder bag and colourful-soled sneaks. What's more, is that this particular set from Zara is from the brand's Join Life collection: A range that features more sustainable fabrics, with this being made from at least 50% recycled polyester.

Could a pink suit be a springtime classic you've never considered? We've definitely seen a rise in its all-in-one counterpart: the pink jumpsuit. And it's clearly working on repeat for this stylish lady, so scroll to see how Fearne wears her tailored two-pieces and shop it for yourself.

THIS YEAR'S PINK ZARA SUIT

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On Fearne Cotton: Zara Buttoned Blazer (£30) and Skinny Trousers (£20); Puma x Sophia Webster Suede Trainers (£90)

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On Fearne Cotton: Zara Buttoned Blazer (£30) and Skinny Trousers (£20); Puma x Sophia Webster Suede Trainers (£90)

LAST YEAR'S PINK ZARA SUIT

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Fearne Cotton

On Fearne Cotton: Zara Blazer Without Lapel (£50) and Trousers With Belt (£30)

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This story was published at an earlier time and has since been updated.

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