Fashion Clothing Everyone Is Breaking the Rules and Still Wearing This Summer Color Even Jennifer Lopez is loving the hot pink trend. By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on November 2, 2020 @ 02:50PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images Over the past few months, we've come to a solid conclusion: the months no longer matter (especially when you're staying put at home), so just wear what you want and don't worry about the seasons. However, this new(ish) motto doesn't mean that trends haven't been popping up, especially when it comes to color. We're still embracing black jeans and darker shades such as burgundy as we head into colder weather, but on the total opposite end of the spectrum, hot pink outfits are having a moment. Apologies in Advance, But Holes Are the New Polka-Dots Even though we traditionally wear this vibrant hue in the summer, this trend didn't come without warning. Hot pink popped up on the Fall 2020 runways, and also has ties to breast cancer awareness and women's empowerment. Still, it seems to be extra popular this year, specifically, with celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Sarah Jessica Parker working pink into their everyday looks. So, how can we all get on board and give this trend a try? Here are a few ideas, courtesy of some style icons. Hot Pink Popped Up On the Runway Saint Laurent and Versace featured it for fall 2020. And It's Currently All Over Social Media You've likely seen celebrities posing in these limited-edition Argent x Supermajority suits, which celebrate women's ambition and the power they hold when it comes to elections. Proceeds also benefit Supermajority's "tireless efforts to build a powerful, diverse, women-led future where we are truly equal." Fashion Icons Are Definitely On Board iamKevinWong.com/MEGA/GC Images Not only did Jennifer Lopez wear a hot pink sweater while out and about, but she also posted her hot pink DSW heels. Even Justin Bieber Knows What's Up Rachpoot/MEGA/GC Images The man was on top of the Crocs trend, so we'll follow his lead when it comes to hot pink sweatsuits. It's a Great Way to Switch Up Seasonal Staples Hollywood To You/Star Max/GC Images Skai Jackson skipped a black leather jacket in favor of this bright one. 6 Unexpected Ways to Style a Leather Jacket For Fall 2020 And Add Some Oomph to a Simple Outfit Robert Kamau/GC Images Quickly swap out your jeans for hot pink pants, just like Josephine Skriver. Yes, Even UGG Boots Come in This Color John Sciulli/WireImage Sure it was a daring, Elle-Woods-like move, but Jasmine Tookes' outfit left us feeling inspired. Sarah Jessica Parker Loves Hot Pink On top of wearing shoes in this shade, her bag strap and mask were also hot pink. Olivia Palermo Made a Similar Move Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images The 2020 way to add a pop of color to a neutral look! 2020's Highly-Debated Outfit Trick Is Actually Extremely Popular Use It to Spice Up Sweats Christian Vierig/Getty Images A groutfit becomes fashion-forward with the help of hot pink heels. Play Around With Little Extras Christian Vierig/Getty Images It's definitely time to invest in a bold hat and bag. Or, Go All Out Christian Vierig/Getty Images There's nothing wrong with wearing hot pink from head to toe. Remember This Color When It Comes to the Holidays It's a nice alternative to the traditional metallics and reds. Try Colorblocking, Too Christian Vierig/Getty Images Don't be shy — mix hot pink with red, green, purple, etc. to create a standout ensemble. It Seems Like Hot Pink Is Here to Stay Edward Berthelot/Getty Images And it's further proof that the future of fashion is seasonless.