The Style is Pink!

Pink is one colour that’s often associated with feminity. But it’s also a colour that not all find easy to carry off a look in. However, ‘can’t carry pink well’ is a myth. All you need is to find a pink that suits your personality. Here’s checking out the various hues of Pink to help you choose your perfect one :

Baby Pink

Selena Gomez in a baby pink suit. Image source: Celebs First

Baby pink looks exactly how it sounds. This shade of pink resembles the flush in the cheeks of a baby. Janhvi Kapoor is often seen sporting Kurtis of this colour. In fact, Anushka Sharma’s wedding ensemble was also baby pink.

Blush Pink

Simona Chioccia Sicki in blush pink. Image source: Shutterstock

Blush Pink leans a little towards the neon colours. Its bright hue exudes strength and power.

Fuchsia Pink

Jessica Alba sporting fuchsia pink at an event.

Fuchsia pink derives its name from the flower of the same name and colour. Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Alia Bhatt, and most B-Town fashionistas have been spotted in Fuschia pink outfits.

Hot Pink

Deepika Padukone Cannes 2017
Deepika Padukone at Cannes 2017.

Hot pink emanates heat, warmth, and passion. It’s often confused with Fuschia Pink but has a slightly warmer tone. Deepika Padukone wore a beautiful hot pink dress to the red carpet of Cannes 2018.

Lace Pink

Taylor Swift in a lace pink dress. Image Source: Fropky Travel

Lace pink is frequently used in lingerie due to its lacy texture. But celebrities like Gigi Hadid and Taylor Swift have often worn it as dresses or tops.

Lavender Pink

Kriti Sanon in a lavender pink outfit.

This pink has a purplish tint to it. At first sight, one may think it’s very light purple, but it’s part of the family of pinks. Lavender pink has been seen on many, from Kriti Sanon to Kate Middleton.

Piggy Pink

Sonakshi Sinha in piggy pink. Image source: WeddingOnly

The colour of the pigs is piggy pink, hence the name. The name may raise eyebrows, but the colour is too lovely to ignore. Try it and you’ll know what we mean.

Pink is not just a colour, it’s an attitude. So tell us which pink describes your attitude best!

Did you know?
Pink came into prominence in the 1700s when both men and women wore faint hues as a symbol of status, class, and wealth.

Pink was not considered a feminine colour then. In fact, pink was considered suitable for boys since it was a lighter shade of red which had its connotations to the military.

It was in the mid-19th century when men started wearing darker colours that the lighter shades became restricted to women as a sign of their delicacy.

But pink has since undergone a great change. It’s now essential to both the male and female wardrobes.


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