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How to wear the millennial pink trend without looking like a kid

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One thing’s for sure: millennial pink is officially back. If you were wondering what exactly is “millennial pink” you should know that first and foremost it’s not hot pink. Millennial pink briefly is that youthful fairy-floss tone associated with all things girly.

Now forget about frilly and super feminine pieces. I’m not that kind of girl. This is how I wear the millennial pink trend without looking like a kid or a super sweet creature.

How did I add a cool girl twist to this saccharin hue? First I chose a two piece set made up of a shirt and palazzo pants from one of my fave emerging brand, Flâner. Then I finished the look with jeweled pumps to achieve the chic pajama look and a pair of gold statement earrings.

Even if I love a glam makeover, natural hair and the lightest makeup are my favorite way to stay (effortless) chic.

If you are not ready to master a total pink look try with only one item. Take a look at the sales section of any of your favorite brand, you’ll find a lot of interesting millennial pink pieces.

Quick change for the daytime? I’d add a pair of chunky gladiator sandals (yeah, you guessed it right, the Olsens Twins are two of my fave fashion icons).

This is exactly what I would wear to a formal event. Just kidding, I wear it also in my everyday life. But you know, I love pink





WEARING:

FLÂNER SS17 shirt and pants
DOROTHY PERKINS shoes
ILENE KING earrings



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