saturated shades you’ve seen all over Instagram to nostalgic trends like tie-dye, the fashion world is clearly obsessed with head-turning hues. One enduring color trend that doesn’t seem to be losing steam? Bubblegum pink. That said, finding colors that go with rosy shades can be tricky. Luckily our favorite fashion girls have already been test-driving a handful of shades that will go perfectly with the It hue. Below, we’ve rounded up the most popular colors to wear with pink this year. Scroll down to see them all.
Style Tip: Opt for a vibrant royal blue when you want an ensemble that pops. For the softer looks, go for a light powdery shade instead.
An undeniably cool pair of pants.
A satin blouse is always perfect for the office.
A blue blazer will always be the perfect outer layer year-round.
Style Tip: Sporting orange with your pink will give you a cool tonal appearance.
A tangerine sweater will brighten up any ensemble.
A ribbed knit cardigan is so flattering.
Now this is how you stand out in the winter weather.
Style Tip: Pink and green will always go well together, but lime will give your spring ensembles an extra punch.
You can wear this bodysuit with anything.
You’ll get so many compliments on this slip skirt.
You’ll want to wear these everywhere.
Style Tip: Simply classic. You can never go wrong wearing white with pink.
The texture of this top is everything.
A classic white mule will always be a good option.
These ivory pants are essential for your work wardrobe.
Style Tip: Nothing quite makes a statement like pairing bright and warm hues such as yellow and pink. Plus, the combination will be so eye-catching.
No, we’re not over asymmetrical tops yet.
A butter-yellow fringe bag like this is a must for brightening your day year-round.
Your leather trench coat just got cooler.
Style Tip: A deep, warm neutral will act as an unexpected contrast from your bright pink clothes. We love Ada’s patent brown coat.
Bundle up in this warm wool coat.
Swap out your standard top in favor of this cool brown tie-up satin shirt.
Chocolate brown boots? Don’t mind if we do.
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This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.