Stop most men in the street and they’ll tell you they don’t follow fashion trends, but look inside their wardrobes and hanging alongside the timeless classics you’ll see ripped jeans, seventies knitwear, Cuban collar shirts. So boys here’s an addition to your wardrobe that’ll only get bigger as the season progresses.
Yes, it’s not going anywhere! ”Millennial pink", that warm, blush rose colour you can't help take your off of, is set to grow - and is expanding into other hues. While there were bursts of eye-popping hot pink, the most popular shades are from the mid-pink to pastel end of the spectrum.
In the 18th century, it was perfectly masculine for a man to wear a pink silk suit with floral embroidery. pink was initially considered slightly masculine as a diminutive of red, which was thought to be a "warlike" color. It was the 1980s when pink became a strongly feminine color.
Pink- seen on everything from t-shirts to monotone pant suits and sporty sneakers. Have a look at how it has been styled on streets and by celebs.
Super dapper double breasted suit in pink
The classic way of styling a pink shirt with beige pants and brown oxfords.
Walk the streets in an uber cool pink blazer paired with your favourite pair of denims.
Summers in Delhi is almost here. What do we need? Colours that feel cool and fabric that feels light.
Zayn Malik rocked a cool pink suit on the Grammys Awards 2018 red carpet
Spotted Fawad Khan in Pink
Akshay Kumar looking super cool in a pink blazer