How to wear the hottest colour of the season, as seen on these 14 It-girls
Hot pink has been taking over Hollywood since the start of March, and while we love how statement-making the colour is, it's definitely not the easiest to pull off—unless looking like a walking Barbie is your thing. That being said, don't be intimidated by the girly hue—there are different trends and ways to rock hot pink according to your style, and the 14 It-girls below are proof.
Keep scrolling to check out how these ladies rock their pretty-in-pink looks, and learn some tips while you're at it:
One of our favourite looks of the lot, goes to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's effortless pantsuit look. We like how she paired the blazer (by Jacquemus) with another hot colour of the season—beige—and finished off with a matching-hued clutch.
German Victoria's Secret model Lorena Rae donned a Rami Kadi ruffled gown to walk the Cannes red carpet. The cameramen behind her says it all.
Want to give the colour that one-up? Dua Lipa's feather-y hot pink dress is the perfect pick to dance the night away!
Think a head-to-toe hot pink look is too much? Roswell star Jeanine Mason just proved you wrong with a monochrome look, consisting of an oversized blazer, high-neck top, high-waisted shorts and ankle-strap heels.
Supermodel Tyra Banks looked every inch of a Barbie in a midi peplum dress, complete with statement ruffles around her shoulders.
How can we forget this look? Lady Gaga's Brandon Maxwell look at the Met Gala—where she stripped down into three other outfits—wowed the crowd, to say the least.
Rising star Alexandra Shipp amped up the ante of her cool-girl tailored ensemble with a dose of black, in the form of a high-neck top and leather pants.
The one-shoulder fit-and-flare gown—as seen on model Madison Headrick—is the epitome of a glamourous princess. This was just one of the many stunning gowns spotted on the recent Cannes Film Festival.
For the Met Gala after-party, Charli XCX opted for a simple slip dress in a striking colour to elevate her party style. Loved the matching eyeshadow colour!
Rita Ora (aka our Best Dressed of the Week regular) showed us how to rock a hot-pink blazer for a casual day out-all you need are a band T-shirt, bum bag, and oversized sunglasses to shade your #nomakeup face.
While Dua Lipa wore the perfect party dress, Chiara's feather top is daytime-appropriate. Here, she paired it with high-waisted jeans for a fun day at a carnival.
We can never say no to a blazer dress; Pom Klementieff managed to elevate her get-up with a mesh bow tied around her neck, and hair and makeup that spelled perfection.
You can always count on Giambattista Valli to bring the drama with his creations, and Doutzen Kroes' Met Gala gown definitely proved it. Check out the pieces from his collaboration with H&M.
Half-American and half-Malaysian influencer, Natalie Suarez showed us how to rock two contrasting colours in a look. We're emulating this style for work!