Pink is such a spring shade and if only the weather would get just a bit warmer we might be able to wear it. From my research, most of the pink things on the high street are more suitable for summer so it might be a little early, but you can prepare. Also, our edit is definitely worth a pin to your Pinterest board! Yep, start a trends board to add in all your ideas (I have!). So if any of these take your fancy, fear not they'll be in stores shortly!
Now we talked about the bomber jacket a short time ago, and how colour is not alluding this trendy jacket. Oh no, you can get a pink one. I reckon this will soften the look a bit, if you style it with some ripped jeans and slip on runners.
Skirts are probably the easiest to find when it comes to pink with River Island and Topshop providing us with too much choice. From a-line midis and minis to wrap around, you can try a skirt and top for a summer occasion rather than going with the classic dress.
If a dress is more your thing, try and stick to a dusky shade to make the colour more practical. Bright shades of pink can become tired and difficult to match up for jackets and coats. Blush tones and strawberry are this season's winners, and will make for a nice addition to your workwear wardrobe.
Speaking of jackets, the long line jacket is a great summer cover up that lengthens your body without overwhelming it. I found this dream of a jacket which will be available in Next soon that would look pretty over creams and taupes in the summer months.
You don't necessarily have to go with a block colour either as the stripe is another Spring Summer 16 mega trend. Watch out for pink variations like this one from H&M.
Then, you can always finish off your outfit with some very cute pink shoes. I love these suede sandals that will work with other pastel shades or even denim.
So tell us, what do you think of pink? Is it practical for every day wear?