MBFWA 2019 street style trend: Pink is the new black

Posted: 14 May 2019 8:01 am
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Just one question, are you blushing?

This year, one of the biggest street style trends wants to take pink out of your Wednesday and put it back into your everyday ensemble. Everyone is wearing pink. And not just a splash. We're talking top-to-toe fuchsia, blush and berry.

We've seen pink pantsuits, rosy-coloured dresses, peachy jackets, and even a pair of pink stockings. It's a welcome change from the classic wintry colour palette of camel, grey and black that we normally start to see at this time of year. Just because the days are grey, doesn't mean we have to dress accordingly.

We're absolutely loving this vibrant and tongue-in-cheek, Barbie-esque street trend. After all, fashion is supposed to be fun. So we say all aboard the bandwagon and let's all embrace our inner Elle Woods.

Keep scrolling to see our favourite top-to-toe pink looks from the streets of MBFWA 2019. Or check out the rest of our MBFWA 2019 coverage.

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