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Why You Should Rethink Wearing Head-to-Toe Pink (It’s a Thing)

Millennial pink has proved its staying power in sartorial circles. Far from dropping down the trend barometer, pink trousers suits, romantic dresses in blush, and bubblegum-colored accessories punctuate designer collections from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana to Amal Al Raisi for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018.

wear pink for fall 2017

Vogue Arabia’s debut cover girl Gigi Hadid wears Adam Selman on the streets of New York in June 2017. Getty

From Gigi Hadid‘s satin biker jacket and look-at-me pants by Adam Selman to luxury label Selma Benomar’s candy-floss colored kaftan to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the trending color for October and beyond is pink.

Rami Kadi Zephyr Collection

Rami Kadi Zephyr Collection Fall 2017/18. Courtesy of Rami Kadi

No less, Rami Kadi’s couture maison will be donating 5% of its profits from sales to the Lebanese Breast Cancer Foundation to mark #PinkOctober. Kadi’s latest capsule collection – titled ‘Zephyr’ – includes tones of soft lavender, oyster and, yes you guessed it, pink.

wear pink for fall 2017

Amal Al Raisi Spring 2018 RTW. Courtesy Amal Al Raisi

Granted, some fashion tribes don’t have the urge to dress in head-to-toe pink; although Arwa Al Banawi’s Spring 2017 collection prompted us into peony-colored suits and Al Raisi made it deftly-chic to wear rose silk cover-ups 24-7. It’s easy to channel the trend with natty accessories in the hue du jour without the need to completely overhaul your wardrobe. The fashion desk curates the hottest accessories to add to your all-black ensembles or to rev up denim separates from Alaïa to Gucci, and beyond.

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