Wearing pink and red together can make you think of two things: Valentine’s Day outfit gone bad or a horrible version of an 80s outfit.
But these two colors that seem to never belong together can be surprisingly chic when paired up, and can be a subtle way to try the color blocking trend without going overboard.
If you’re not a fan of head-to-toe brights, try a blush pink top with red bottoms. Keep the other pieces in the outfit neutral, and you’re done!
How to get the look:
Pants: ASOS Red Coated Biker Skinny Jeans
Shirt: Oasis Sheer Crinkle Blouse
Clutch: House of Harlow Orlina Calf-Hair Clutch
Shoes: SAM EDELMAN Lorna D’Orsay Pump Aged Metallic Fabric