Style: How To Toughen Up Pink

If you're a rookie in the world of pink and want to start wearing it without completely crossing over to the girly side, we'll show you our top tips on how to stay true to your personal style while still rocking this sweet colour.

DAY

For a day out I've chosen a dusty pink playsuit. Add a badass bralette, a belt for more shape and a thick choker to give it some attitude. Finish the look with a black bomber and some chunky boots to take the cutesy-factor down even further.

NIGHT

For the evening I've chosen a silky long sleeved blouse with in-built choker detail. I love the look of this top but it's a little too girly for me so I've paired it with black skinny jeans (leather-look pants will work well too, if not better), a belt and a distressed denim jacket in a size too big for me (I chose a size 12) to give it a bit more attitude.

WEEKEND

Weekends are for casual comfort, so I've chosen this baby pink, quilted bomber. Add some distressed denim, mum style jeans for the effortless look while staying on trend. Add a belt to bring in the waist a little and a Dimepiece LA bodysuit to make it a bit more 'street'. Finish the look with some comfy sneakers and you have a comfy, carefree outfit to take on the weekend!

So there you have it, some of our tips for wearing pink without looking too princess-y (not that there's anything wrong with that!) Now that you know, go and try it yourself!