Everything you need to nail the Millennial Pink trend

It’s everywhere from the catwalk to the high street; take a look at some of our favourite ways to wear the shade of 2017.

The Wide Leg Trousers
Harvey Nichols, £430

New for Spring 2018, these Rijina Pyo trousers can be dressed up or down whatever the occasion. Spruce up your office wear or pair with strappy heels and a cami for an easy night out look.

River Island, Miss Selfridge, Kukhareva

The Roll Neck Jumper
Harvey Nichols, £360

Cool, casual and chic – this Acne wool jumper is perfect for chilled afternoons, lazy Sundays or laidback dining.

The Silk Blouse
Missguided, £30

Nothing says glamour more than being draped in satin and this sultry pink blouse from Missguided can be paired is perfect for a more formal evening occasion. Add a few fine necklaces, some pearl earrings and a metallic clutch to finish off the look.

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The Scarf
Zara, £19.99

For a touch of pink, this super soft scarf is like a hug for your neck and can be worn with just about anything.

The Dress,
£35, ASOS

If you’re brave enough to bare your legs in the cold, this cute shift dress with exaggerated sleeves is a preppy option.

The Coat
Topshop, £89

Wrap up in style in this sixties-inspired coat, with tie detailing. Thick enough to keep you warm in the colder months, and yet the perfect shade to take you right into spring – you’ll be wearing this all year round.

The Corduroy Trousers
Urban Outfitter, £49

If you’re looking for a pair of versatile, flattering trousers that you can wear every day, these corduroy trousers are a great alternative to mom jeans.

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