"Pretty in Pink" isn’t just a movie title; it is a way of life. Every time I turn on my television, I see many celebrities wearing pink during interviews, even during these cold months. I have seen celebrities wear everything from long, elegant, slim-fitting Audrey Hepburn-like dresses to loose, carefree pink outfits. Whether it is pink and tailored or just hot pink, don’t fear this power color and find the right look for you in pink.
You want stunning? Look elegant and jaw dropping in this gorgeously structured pink dress from REISS. Whoever designed this Tali dress executed the design unbelievably well. The pleated waistline takes inches off your waist and the square neck is perfect. The bottom of the dress has a unique cut out to show extra leg. This is a classic dress to wear to a classy evening of pink. Who said colors can’t be classy?
→ Buy the REISS Tali Wrap Bodycon Dress, $170.00 (was $340.00), at reiss.com.
Need something a little more conservative and less architectural? I have a great option for you. Check out Anne Klein’s simple pink sheath dress. It has a basic look that you can wear as is, or spice up to your liking. The dress comes with a little peekaboo cut out on the upper chest so it won’t show any cleavage. I love the fact it has pockets -- great office dress if it fits your dress code.
→ Buy the Anne Klein Fitted Sheath Dress, $139.00, at anneklein.com.
Gearing away from dresses and entering a simpler world, I recommend this loose asymmetric top from Mango in pink. I have this top in a couple colors, and I love wearing it on a casual outing. It is easy to layer if you are feeling cold, and it looks great with skinny jeans and stilettos or boots.
→ Buy the Mango Loose Fit Tank Top, $14.99 (was $29.99), at shop.mango.com.
If you want to step into pink, but you are afraid of a full outfit, then you must jump on the opportunity to own a pair of the sexy Zara ankle boots. Since these ankle boots are on sale, there are only a few left but they are well worth it if it fits your size needs.
→ Buy the Zara Basic Ankle Boot, $69.99 (was $99.90), at zara.com.
If Zara chunky boots do not work for you, then try the pointed wedge. Although this style is a little dated, it could work well when rocked with certain outfits. However, for $39.99 I would make it work with my closet.
→ Buy the Zara Pointed T-Bar Wedge, $39.99 (was $69.90), at zara.com.
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.