How to Wear a Pink Gown without Looking Too Girly

Thinking pink for your formal affair can be very good thought, even if you’re on the tougher side. You can stylize the traditional color to create a non-traditional ensemble that showcases your personality.

Watch your hues. A soft, bubblegum pink definitely gives off a girlier vibe than a sizzling hot fuchsia. Other pinkish hues that let you still enjoy the color without girly overload include an icy, sharp silvery pink or a gorgeous muted melon.

Opt for an avant-garde style. Wearing pink in a modern and less-frilly style can give the color a whole new life. Styles to consider include dramatic mermaid gowns, super-chic sheaths or fun and flirty short cocktail dresses. Ball gowns and ballerina dresses, on the other hand, will play up pink’s girly factor to the hilt.

Go tough with accessories. Instead of option for a flowery clutch or ultra-feminine shoes, consider toughening up your pink gown with a sleek leather clutch and a set of modern heels. Edgier jewelry options can include thicker rope chains and hip hoop earrings.

Consider a leather jacket. One celebrity trend that works equally well at your glam event is topping off your girly gown with a nifty leather jacket in the appropriate cut and style. Motorcycle type leather jackets with a slim fit can work wonders for giving a pink gown, or any gown, a tough and edgy look.

Thinking pink is a great way to go, as the versatile color creates equally versatile options that can make you ultra-feminine, ultra-cool and always ultra-glam!

Look like an ethereal goddess in a pink chiffon evening dress by Paris. This Tony Bowls formal dress is adorned with crystals that lead from the one shoulder strap to the slit skirt. Formal Dress 1721 is perfect for proms or pageants.

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