11 Pretty-in-Pink Pieces that Are More Tough than Girly
As with any pastel, pink is always a popular color for spring. But this time around, the cool girls are rocking it in a more casual, less girly way. It hasn't been easy to find the flattering hue in edgier pieces—until now. Try wearing it as the main event, like a slouchy cocoon coat or a leather mini, or in small doses with studded accessories. Shop our 11 best and try out the girliest hue in the most non-girly way possible.
From casual to formal, this works with denim skinnies just as well as with a sleek black midi skirt.
Helmut Lang bomber jacket, $983; farfetch.com
Calling all tomboys! These look cool on or off a skateboard.
Vans sneakers, $90; madewell.com
Cool, slouchy trousers in pink look great paired with black or gray.
DKNY pants, $320; thecorner.com
Super cool when styled with flats and a tee.
Coach skirt, $650; coach.com
Add this bright beanie to an all gray outfit for an unexpected pop of color.
Front Row Shop beanie, $12; frontrowshop.com
For chilly spring days, try this slouchy coat with white sneakers.
Raey coat, $804; matchesfashion.com
These studded pale pink sandals are neutral enough to wear every day.
Balenciaga sandals, $585; mytheresa.com
Try this oversized knit with comfy boyfriend jeans for a cute weekend look.
Zara sweater, $18; zara.com
Studs will toughen up anything, even a skinny belt.
Valentino belt, $495; saksfifthavenue.com
The satin finish makes it perfect for casual after-work cocktails.
Tibi top, $325; netaporter.com
Sporty tops can be easily dressed up with heels.
Alexander Wang top, $475; farfetch.com