HOW TO WEAR PINK AND STILL LOOK LIKE A MAN LIKE A MAN
Thinking pink is different from wearing pink, in this age there is no reason why a girls and guys can share colours of clothes. So to help, we’ve compiled some of the most easy to wear pieces to show how to bring pink into your wardrobe without looking like a pillock.
By Clement Uanseru
Opt for a flamingo pink shade wide leg trousers. not only will you score on-trend points, but the softer shade will work with most wardrobe staples. Standing on one foot optional.
There’s no denying that we really love our white T-shirt. A candy pink coloured variation is a way of adding some tinto to your top half. For an 80s vibe, pair this T with jeans and sneakers, or blue denim and a smart bomber.
Hunt down this season’s comfiest key piece in a baby pink shade. Wear with a neutral overcoat, light jeans and muted footwear.
Pink shirts aren’t just for weddings. Pick the right shade and you good, a pale salmon works just as well for the office when paired with a grey suit and navy tie as it does with dark denim and sneakers for a solid look.
Go for a blush-pink printed Cuban collar shirt and pair with plain separates for a flora-filled look.