There’s no getting away from it – pink is officially this season’s power colour. But can you – and should you – wear it? The answer is – unequivocally – yes, you can and you should. This season’s dusky shades are incredibly forgiving on ageing complexions and can be relied upon to light you up once your summer glow begins to fade. Find out how to make pink work for you this autumn…
The most foolproof way to wear pink? In the shape of a statement coat. The warm, dusky shade of this bargain buy suits all skin tones, whilst its classic cut makes it the perfect partner for everything from tailored work wear to jeans and jumpers.
If you’re blessed with a darker complexion, a pop of fuschia will bring it to life. This statement coat will keep you snug and stylish all winter. Plus, you’ll never have to worry about losing your scarf again.
The tummy-minimising, relaxed-yet-feminine cut of this jumper means it will look equally at home tucked into a pencil skirt or tossed over jeans. Its soft hue will flatter most skin tones whilst adding a touch of lightness to your autumn wardrobe.
If you’re worried a pink coat or trouser might be too much of a shock to the system, take things one step at a time: in these fabulous shoes. Coral-toned hues were made for redheads. Team with grey and let your feet do all the talking (and walking).