Eye protection is a must for most seasons, but especially as we get into spring and summer. We suggest having some fun with your look by adding a pair of pretty pink shades like these ultra-chic Kate Spade sunglasses (katespade.com, $128). The oversize frames and hot pink hue make for a fun, flirty way to keep your peepers protected (and looking fab).
Statement jewelry is a great way to embrace a color trend without having to feel overwhelmed by a hue you wouldn't normally wear. If pink is more than you think you can handle, opt for a piece of jewelry in the on-trend shade. We love this large pink vintage-inspired locket necklace, which offers an elegant way to sport the girlish hue (maxandchloe.com, $88).
Before you balk at the idea of pink footwear, keep in mind that accessories offer a simple way to enhance an otherwise neutral outfit. Dress up a drab pencil skirt or simple black trousers with a pair of flats or heels in a rose-tinted hue. Just try not to fall for these adorable pink ballet flats, which will look great with anything from jeans to the aforementioned pencil skirt (topshop.com, $32).
Tote your essentials in a pink-dipped purse perfect for spring. We're currently coveting this Clare Vivier leather fold over clutch in hot pink with a splash of orange (revolveclothing.com, $156). Simple enough for daytime use but with enough interest (from the eye-popping hue) to take you into evening, this cute clutch is as versatile as it is stylish.
Move over boring wool hats. Winter is coming to a close and we want something lighter, fresher and a lot more fun! Check out this fabulous fedora with a hint of pink in the form of pretty neon pink plumes tucked into the sophisticated suede trim (anthropologie.com, $288). Pair this trendy topper with anything from flowing floral frocks to washed out weekend denim.
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