If you thought “On Wednesdays, we wear pink,” was just a way to celebrate Mean Girls, well we’re giving you another reason to celebrate. In fact, it’s not just Wednesdays, but you can wear pink for the entire month of October. Why? Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To support breast cancer awareness this month, you’ll find people sporting the little pink ribbon. In fact, according to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 8 women have the chance of developing this cancer in their lifetime. So it’s time you know more of it. In case you’re looking to support the good cause but trying to figure out how to flaunt some pink, worry not! As always, WODROB’s got this sorted out for you. Pull out all your pink and blush tones and champion this cause with our curated looks that have a heavy hint of pink in it.
Pink pairs well with the muted colour grey. And this pink drop shoulder top from Blue Sequin translates fashion for a cause pretty well. Sport it with a pair of grey ankle-length palazzo pants from Ajio. Add a pair of white block heels for your feet from Get Glamr. Complete the look by adding an arm candy to this outfit, The little birdy bag from Lulu & Sky is a cute addition.
Why stop at Western wear when you can have the best of both worlds? This curated outfit is a perfect blend of traditional and modern styles. The khaki shirt from Zara is beautifully embroidered with bright pink flowers and can be teamed up with a pair of pink dhoti pants for an Indian touch to the ensemble. Accessorise the outfit with gold-toned jewellery. A pair of Needle Dust juttis with gold tassels and zari flowers will complement the entire outfit.
If working pink in an ethnic outfit is what you’re looking for, we’ve got what you want. Sport a head-to-toe pink ensemble with this pink kurta and palazzos from Global Desi. Add a white crinkled dupatta with pink trimmings from Once Upon A Trunk to this kurta set. Achieve a contrast to the outfit through your jewellery by working a pair of silver faux leather rhinestone sandals from Forever 21 to finish off the look.
The looks in this article have been curated by Sheena Chandwani