Anyone who loves colours will know how often hot pink has seeped back into the wardrobes of the fashion folk and even on the runway. And if you think millennial pink is the only pink that you should be trying right now, we suggest you get bold and embrace the hot pink shade instead. Not only does it work great with neutrals but it also complements other bright hues. If you’re all up for experimenting, look no further! We’ve got you three bright hues that you can pair hot pink with. Follow WODROB’s colour styling guide and rock the hot pink look with ease.
Hot Pink with orange
Is colour block running on your mind? Then this one’s certainly for you. Pair your hot pink outfit with a punchy orange to give off a playful vibe. A hot pink feminine top with a pleated satin skirt in orange will do the trick. You can also opt for a crop top in hot pink with an orange maxi skirt for an evening soiree. If you want to try this hue in hints, do so by adding a hot pink clutch and pumps to your ensemble consisting an orange dress.
Hot Pink with cobalt blue
This is a stunning combination to don and these colours work seamlessly together. Whether you’re opting for ethnic Indian wear or western wear, the cool cobalt blue will tone down the bright pink and give you an Insta-perfect outfit. Take a cue from actress Kangana Ranaut on how to team up a cobalt blue blouse with a gorgeous hot pink silk sari. If this colour combo is a tad too much for you, tone it down by adding hints of black or white to the outfit.
Hot Pink with lime green
Hot pink and lime green pair harmoniously with each other and is a sureshot headturning combination. Play with different fabrics and textures while attempting this look. A hot pink sweater can be paired perfectly with a lime green midi skirt. You could also add accents of lime green through accessories when sporting a hot pink shift dress. Alternatively, you can add accents of hot pink (check Jennifer Lopez’s look) by teaming a lime green body con dress with a pair of bright pink heels.