Color Trends for Spring 2014 – Pale Pink
Feminine but not too girly, pale pink is an elegant yet modern shade. An optimistic hue, this pastel shade ruled the runway in Milan and Paris fashion weeks 2014. Fashion trends have evolved from bold and bright colors to cool and subtle pastel shades, and for spring 2014, pale pink was a major trend on the runway. Whether you choose a clean tailored pink frock that reflects minimalism or combine your pale pink outfit with other complementing shades like modern-day orange, pale pink is a must have in your wardrobe for this season.
Pastel shades returned to the fashion block last spring, but this year, you will come across new and exciting delicate hues of pastel colors. This trend is topped by pale pink, and you can come across renowned designers using pale pink in their key pieces for spring 2014. Here are some outfits that confirmed pale pink as the color of spring 2014 –
- Tanya Taylor – At the New York Fashion Week 2014, designer Tanya Taylor presented outfits in refined materials with ageless appeal and balanced them silhouettes. She paired her flattering fit and flare printed dress with a simple pale pink angora coats. She also used printed materials in hues of pale pink for some for her designs.
- Balmain – The French fashion brand, Balmain made Rihanna as its brand ambassador recently. While campaigning for their spring 2014 collection, the fashion diva appeared in a cute and charming baby pink and white kimono styled coat. Pairing it off with white lace boots with gold color heels and front toe cap, and white and gold belt, Rihanna gave a hot touch to a cool outfit.
- Antonio Berardi – Designer Antonio Berardi took a casual and hassle free approach to dressing for his Ready-to-Wear Spring collection 2014. He used easily diffusible color palette in various hues of pale pink to conjure some of the biggest trends of the season. Pale pink bomber jackets with bright and dull colored outfits ruled his collection.
Light shades of pink with unusual combinations are to rule the wardrobe this spring!