Obviously there is. What would be an introduction springwithout an injection of colors in our closet? Not much indeed, and according to the audience of journalists, stylists and content creators, invited to the parades of the fashion week fall-winter 2022-2023 which is taking up residence in Paris this March. Thus, it is after having given credibility to the green and more precisely the neon green in the notebook fashion trends of last winter, that the it-girls now offload it to the benefit of the pink. And not just any. In spring, it will be powder pink or fuchsia pink. It’s up to you to decide.
Spring 2022 fashion trend: pink is the new green
In the family of fashionistas convinced by the pinkwe request Emily Sindlev, the Scandinavian and carbon copy of Carrie Bradshaw, which bets on a total pastel pink quilted look. From high-waisted shorts to her matching bomber jacket, to gold slingbacks and preppy-style knee-high socks, this runway fan is sure to tick all the right boxes, even inspiring others. This is the case of Olivia Palermo, who is betting on a pink parka set and matching lace skirt in order to revive her spring look. In writing, we like this audacious risk-taking of mixing two pieces with diametrically opposed styles.
On the sidelines, and not the type to let go when they see a fashion trend happen, the trendiest women are following in the footsteps of their counterparts to put themselves on the side of style. This time, it’s the turn of the Italian Erika Boldrin, who, pregnant, enhances her round belly by also betting on a pink set. All this, underlined by a bomber jacket to add a rock note to her outfit. Our ultimate advice? If you too wish to adopt the pink trendthere is only one way to do it: wear this color in full.