Shop the Street Style Trend That Took Over Fashion Month
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, trends, 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)
Lovers + Friends Callie Top ($158)
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)
Zara Velveteen Pants ($50)
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)
H&M Draped Dress ($70)
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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