Working together for the first time, Billie and her sister Elle showcase the best pink pieces of the season. Wear in block tones or clashing shades, from pastel to Pepto.
Once upon a time, pink was dismissed (unfairly) as the exclusive colour palette of a five-year-old girl’s wardrobe. Thankfully, times have since moved on, and nowadays it’s not uncommon to see grown women sporting their favourite shade of pink. In fact, pink might even now be considered one of the new neutrals alongside leopard print.
As such, there are no restriction on what pink can be worn with and on; boilersuits, coats, jackets, suits and dresses all benefit from a splash of pink. Match the shade to your mood and you’ll be away.
Here, Stylist’s guest editor Billie Piper and her sister Elle – working together for the first time ever – show us how to style pink for this autumn.
Boilersuit, £150, MC Overalls (mcoveralls.com)
Shoes, £65, Topshop (topshop.com
Jacket, £315, Weekend Max Mara (fenwick.co.uk)
Roll neck, £33, Adidas (urbanoutfitters.com)
Trousers, £170, Weekend Max Mara (fenwick.co.uk)
Shoes, £430, Wandler (wandler.com)
The slip dress
Dress, £165, Ghost (ghost.co.uk)
Boots, £795, Jimmy Choo (jimmychoo.com)
Shirt, £189, Baum und Pferdgarten (fenwick.co.uk)
Trousers, £159, Baum und Pferdgarten (fenwick.co.uk)
Shoes, £139, Arket (arket.com)
Jacket, £295, Bimba y Lola (bimbaylola.com)
Roll neck, £80, Bimba y Lola (bimbaylola.com)
Trousers, £350, Chinti & Parker (chintiandparker.com)
Coat, £85, Topshop (topshop.com)
Boots, £1950, Christian Louboutin (christianlouboutin.com)
Photographer: Tom van Schelven
Fashion: Polly Knight
Hair: Tracie Cant at Premier Hair and Make-up using Sam McKnight
Make-up: Karin Darnell at Frank Agency using Lancer Skincare
Nails: Sophie Harris Greenslade at Emma Davis Agency using Nails Inc
Fashion Assistant: Helen Atkin