Pink Suits Have Never Been More In

Suits of all colors and styles have been popping up everywhere, but one thing is for certain, pink suits have never been more in.  When I saw the first pink suit make an appearance earlier in the year I drooled, and then when I went to purchase it, it was sold out. After lots of effort and determination, I found it. Then found another, and then another and this week, God willing, I found my last. Yes, I have 4 pink suits. I am not good at making  fashion purchase decisions.  I justified it with “well this one is high waisted”, “this one is a lighter pink and not high waisted”, ” this one has lapels and the other does not”, and now, “this one is a very laid back summer fit, and has long, wide legged pants.”

The pink suit that I went with in this look pictured above is from H&M, (it’s the “this one is lighter and has lapels” one). Then last week I scored this sweet (and original) New York Dolls shirt that I have had on my wish list for literally about ten years. When I was pondering what to make this week’s fashion article about, I knew it had to be something involving this t-shirt, and my next thought was “A PINK SUIT! DUH!”  So I just went with it, and went all “Funky But Chic” (that’s a New York Doll’s song)  and really got into that vibe with the polka dot  skinny scarf, checkered booties, and sparkly sunnies. I have sourced out 3 great pink suits you can grab now. Great thing about any of these is that you can rock them up as I did, or get all fancy pants and dress them up. I’m sure you will find plenty of ways to wear this coveted suit.   SUIT 1: River Island. This is for sure one I would dress up with maybe a silk camisole or even a sexy lace bodysuit underneath. The high waist compensates for  the amount of midriff that would be showing, that way you are still on the classy side. Get This Blazer For $136.00 Here. Get These Paper Bag Pants For $92.00 Here. Get This Lace Bodysuit For $19.90 Here.  

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Written by Holley Wolfe
I moved to Los Angeles 7 years ago for music, but ended up in fashion. That's just how things fall into place sometimes! I have always been in front of the camera, but felt like I would be better utilized behind it, so that's how it started. I started styling celebrities for events, then editorials for magazines, and eventually major AD campaigns. My primary focus now is being the brand ambassador for Fashionisers, sharing my knowledge with the world to help them be their best fashion forward self they can be.