Fashion month is nearly done, and while the shows may be over, the outfit inspiration remains (lucky for us). This season we saw a slew of try-able street style,
, including every iteration of fuchsia fashion. The insider set
sported jackets, dresses, handbags, and more in hot pink — and we are seriously into it. Whether you choose to rock a touch of this '80s-inspired fashion trend
or go all out from head to toe, there are more than a few ways to fit fuchsia into your outfit. Ahead, get inspired by the It girl crowd — then shop our favorite picks available right now. We promise that you'll be tickled pink.
Top it Off: Showgoers mixed their electric pink pieces with all types of colors this season, from neutrals to brights. Try pairing your fuchsia top with a staple like denim — or combine it with another vibrant hue, like fellow fall MVP, golden yellow. (Photo via Christian Vierig/Getty)
Pink Pant-ther: Every woman needs a pair of classic tailored trousers in her closet —and this fall, you might also need a bold pink pair. Style yours with a basic black turtleneck or try a western-inspired button-down for an unexpected mash-up. (Photo via Matthew Sperzel/Getty)
Trench Talk: Brighten up everything by swapping your traditional trench coat for a fuchsia topper. You might actually stop traffic in this one-and-done piece. (Photo via Christian Vierig/Getty)
Bag it Up: If draping your bod in bold pink is a little intimidating, opt for a fuchsia handbag. You can stick to basics with your clothes and add a playful pop of color without as much of a commitment. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
Dress the Part: Skip the darker tones on your next night out and go for a bright fuchsia frock instead. You won't need a ton of accessories either, since this shade has major impact all on its own. (Photo via Christian Vierig/Getty)
Re-Boot: Add a little '80s to your look with hot pink ankle boots. This is an easy way to try the trend — no big hair or shoulder pads required. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
Jacket of All Trades: Whether or not it's too early to wear a puffer is debatable, and depends on whom you ask. What's clear: A fuchsia jacket instantly ups the ante on any outfit. (Photo via Christian Vierig/Getty)
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