How to Wear Red and Pink Together? What do you think about this new red and pink trend? This year we have seen it on the runways and on the red carpet, worn by the most famous fashion icons. Designers such as Valentino and red-carpet favorite Brandon Maxwell created such a unique style that now we see it everywhere, also on the street style.
How to Wear Red and Pink Together
The first icon to wear this new outfit trend was Sarah Jessica Parker. It was 2011 and she decided to break the rule of fashion wearing red and pink together at the David Letterman Show. She paired pink flared pants with a red blouse. The contrast was very strong and very glamorous, and this outfit got immediately noticed. She really created a new way to style these two colors.
So why not? Pink and red? A new way to go!
I have decided to wear these colors for a wedding, I didn’t have time to buy a new dress, so I decided to create an outfit with some clothes that I already had in my closet.
I paired a red jumpsuit that I bought for my birthday and my new favorite item: my pink blazer.
I really love the contrast that these two colors create and I think they fit perfectly together. Yes, it can be an unusual look, some of my friends asked me why I paired red and pink and I just explained that this is the new trend of 2018!
How to wear them together?
The secret is not being afraid of criticisms because yes, it is an unusual way to style these colors, but this combination has now become widely popular, and makes you stand out because these colors together make you pop!
So you have to be brave and dare it a little bit more!
Start with some accessories
You can start wearing red and pink together only with the accessories. I suggest starting with the smaller pieces that make up an outfit like shoes or a handbag. You can wear a simple top and pair it with pink shoes!
Mix different shades
If you don’t want to use strong colors, you can wear some other shades, some soft ones. This will be a soft start for you!
What do you guys think about wearing red and pink together? Do you like this new trend?