Ah, pink - the sweet as candy color that welcomes every girl into the world. The optimistic hue is the…
Ah, pink – the sweet as candy color that welcomes every girl into the world. The optimistic hue is the ultimate remedy for cloudy days (we’re looking at you, May showers). A welcome addition to blue skies and sunshine.
It tends to gain popularity in spring, and this year is no different. Pink reigned supreme on SS17 runways, with Milan, Paris, and NY fashion weeks all showing shade after shade of the ubiquitous hue. Alessandro Michel at Gucci went so far as to turn the entire set pink, from the carpet to the lighting.
While you don’t have to go changing your interior design, we do recommend embracing the trend with these eight pink dress styles. These diverse pink designs are on-trend and original. Perfect for summer events, parties and weddings.
Bold, saturated fuchsia pumps up the volume of this A-line dress, making it an eye-popping choice for formal events. A dramatic hem-to-hem back ruffle amps up the effect. Its wide swath of fabric waterfalls to the floor.
The strapless bodice features pink princess seaming for a tailored fit. The skirt starts its classic A-line flare at the hips. This makes an almost universally flattering silhouette.
Hot pink has never looked so sophisticated. Artful seaming at the bodice elevates a classic short sheath silhouette. The high triangular neckline and cap sleeves add to the refined aesthetic.
Sexy back cutouts serve as a nice contrast to the prim length of the skirt. This cocktail dress makes a confident statement in any setting. Perfect for any cocktail party and a gorgeously versatile party dress.
This statement colored dress can be worn at both social and professional events. It’s also an excellent vacation piece, thanks to the simple design and punchy hue. This is a wardrobe staple that will always stand out.
Proof that sometimes less is decidedly more. This sleek, streamlined design is sexy in its simplicity. It’s saying all it needs to say with embellished off-the-shoulder straps and a thigh-high slit.
The soft blush hue is a fresh look for spring and gives this dress an effortless modernity. The lightness of the shade and the jersey fabrication will also help you stay chic in the heat. It’s effortless and so feminine, just right for summer evening wear.
This pink princess dress showcases the princess side of pink – delicately pretty and high on sheen. The embellished halter bodice sparkles brightly atop the A-line skirt. It’s covered in light-reflecting crystal.
The unexpected moment comes when you turn to reveal the back. The bodice is backless, tying itself together with two sweet satin bows. The end result is absolutely breathtaking and can be paired with matching metallic accessories.
This glammed up bubblegum pink gown gets the ombre treatment. Its pretty blush silhouette is embellished with beads of varying shades of pinks. The sexy body-conscious design features a deep V-neckline, dipping almost to the navel.
A gossamer overlay adds a romantic element to the curve-skimming silhouette. It’s a lot of fun to work around the room. It’s impossible to not feel like a bombshell swishing it as you strut.
The open back ends in a point at the small of the back giving the dress an alluring, yet elegant finish. This shows some unexpected skin in a fresh way. This flattering color will suit so many skin tones.
It’s impossible not to smile when you look at this bright pink dress. The splashy fuchsia color, the Barbie-approved silhouette, and that bow! That bow is all whimsy and wonder and everything we love about fashion. It also puts a charming, present-like coda on the gown’s deep V-back.
The heavier weight of the Mikado fabric helps adds intriguing structure to the drape of both the mermaid skirt and the bow. It gives off a luxe polished sheen under ballroom lights or the glare of the sun. Its fresh shape and bold color revitalize the traditional ball gown.
Va-va-voom! Punctuate the room with a bolt of color in this exclamation point of a gown. This is the ultimate pink formal dress.
The fitted bodice is designed with a plunge sweetheart neckline. It’s made slightly more modest with the insert of a sheer panel. Figure-flattering ruching draws the eye to the waist for a slenderizing effect.
Crafted from silk taffeta, this curve-hugging silhouette rustles wonderfully as it moves. The crisp, lustrous fabric making its elegance know. A gorgeous overlay adds to the skirt’s texture, creating a fetching, statuesque profile.
Tulle will never not be one of our favorite fabrics ever to be invented. Especially when used to create this layered confection of cute. Tiers of raspberry-colored tulle top one another to form a full A-line ballgown skirt.
One of our other favorite inventions would have to be sequins, and this style’s top has them aplenty. These glittering embellishments cover the bodice completely with different hues of pink and white, creating an ombre effect. The two-piece design is fun and flirty, giving quick flashes of midriff as you move.
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