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Spring is here, and that means one thing for the fashion world: It's officially time to break out the colors.
One of the biggest trends for the new season is pink. From fuchsia to pastel, it's all about being pretty in pink — which means statement-making bright hues for women and baby pink for men.
The easiest way to make a statement this spring is with a pink dress. With such a bold and bright color like this frock below, you can keep your accessories simple. A neutral pair of sandals, or even a metallic, will do the trick. If you want to go bold, you can always wear statement shoes with your hot-pink dress like Vazquez did.
Tie Back Flutter Dress, $110, Eloquii
Not so sure a pink dress is for you? Try a top. Believe it or not, pink is surprisingly a versatile color. It looks great with denim, white, black, navy, gray and even red. If you go for a solid top, you can try wearing it with patterned bottoms. This is one of the easiest ways to brighten up your wardrobe this spring.
Tie Back Slinky Top, $49, Kensie
This top might look simple in the front, but it has a party in the back.
The two-piece outfit
While these pieces look gorgeous together, they also make for great separates. Wear this outfit for a fun night out. Add some statement earrings or a necklace (or maybe some bold bracelets) and you're ready. Then pair the pants with your favorite T-shirt or summer sweater for a more casual look, or combine the top with your comfiest pair of jeans, and you've got two more looks.
Victoria Beckham for Target Fuchsia Twill Tank Top, $26, Target
Victoria Beckham for Target Fuchsia Twill Flared Trouser, $40, Target
The men's look
While bright and bold hues are what's in style for the ladies, when it comes to menswear it's all about lighter shades. A pale pink like these trousers can actually be worn just like your go-to pair of khakis.
Chino Trousers, $40, Zara