Neon shades of fiery orange, shocking green and electric yellow have been heating up some of our favourite summer looks through pops of brights on bags, shoes, nails and more. But if your colouring just won’t allow you to go the lime, lemon or tangerine route, we say go hot and go pink.
We All Choose Pink
We know you’re craving some brights in your summer wardrobe like crazy, but those shades aren’t easy to wear for many skin tones and don’t always complement your current fashion staples. The one neon shade that complements most skin tones and most neutral outfits is ready to save the day and we’ve got some of the hottest hot pink pieces in inject into a neutral look now.
How To Wear it
A bright pink pencil skirt from J. Crew or pink jeans from H&M are the perfect pairing to a navy and white striped cropped tee and strappy camel stacked heels, while we love the punch of pink in a Monserat De Lucca Tote for every day. Wear these Pierre Hardy peeptoes as the perfect pop of bright to an otherwise subdued outfit like a crisp white lace dress or black leather shorts and a tank. Finally, we make it easy and affordable to add immediate pink pop to your look with our favourite hot pink matte lipstick by Revlon, “Stormy Pink”. Apply this shade or L’oreal Colour Riche Nail Polish in Pink Me Up and you will be instantly on trend in neons with any budget and skin tone whether cool, warm, fair, olive, dark or golden.
Shop The Look: No 2 Pencil Skirt, $134, J Crew
Shop The Look: Trousers, $25, H&M
Shop The Look: Pierre Hardy Pumps, $335, The Outnet
Shop The Look: Monserat De Lucca Tote, $369, Stylebop
Shop The Look: L’Oreal Colour Riche Polish in Pink Me Up, $6, Ulta
Shop The Look: Revlon Matte Lipstick in Stormy Pink, $7, Ulta