Hold up: Millennial pink is out? While it’s doubtful that the color that took over 2016 (and continued to be on-trend well into 2017) will completely go away, there are definitely some new color players in the trend game. Say hello to power red and hot pink!
These vibrant shades are sure to turn heads, brighten up your wardrobe, and make you excited to depart from the minimalist, monochromatic trend (though not abandon it completely, of course). It’s all about variety.
So, what’s the best way to incorporate these power colors into your closet? Opt for bold suits you can wear to the office, statement shoes (because statement necklaces were so 2016) and colorful, structured bags. You can completely transform a basic look with a pop of red or pink; plus, you can pair these new, richer hues with your existing millennial pink items.
Click through and shop our favorite power red and hot pink pieces now.
The Office Pant
Milly Stretch Wide-Leg Pants, $177.75 (was $395); at The Outnet
Red Patchwork Sweater, $49.90; at Zara
Call Me Maybe?
Moschino Silicon iPhone Case, $38.25 (was $85); at The Outnet
Little Pointed Boots
Pink Pointed Toe Boot, $55.90; at Zara
A Bucket Bag
Lancaster Paris Bucket Bag, $240; at Forzieri
The Pretty Tiered Dress
Tiered Pleated Dress, $443; at ASOS
Little Pink Dress
Double Layer Dress, $49.95 (was $125); at Rachel Roy
Little Red Booties
Red Boots, $39.90; at Zara
Ruffle Floral Blouse, $54; at ASOS
Pink Mules, $49.90; at Zara
A Little Kick, a Little Flare
The Little Red Jumpsuit
Red Jumpsuit, $125; at COS
Little Pop of Red
Metropolis Top Handle Bag, $328; at Furla
Cigarette Suit Pants
Cigarette Suit Pants; $19 (was $48); at Misguided
Pink Wrap Twist Front Blouse, $42; at Misguided
Let's Get Sporty
Longline Windbreaker Jacket, $58; at Forever21
A Girl's Best Friend
Balenciaga Ville Booties, $995; at FarFetch