Millennial pink. Chances are you’ve seen this phrase floating around the web, describing the of-the-moment colour that is removing the stigma around pink for both guys and girls. It’s a pastel, but it doesn’t have the preppy connotations that usually entails. If anything, it’s more of a rose-tinted beige that has become a streetwear favourite and is popping up on everything from coats to pants to shoes. The easiest way to rock it? Build an outfit you’d normally wear with a grey crewneck sweater, and then swap that out for one in a pink-y hue. Hey, if it’s good enough for Drake, it’s good enough for us.
If you aren’t normally one for colour, this low-key sweatshirt with a tongue-in-cheek embroidery is a good place to start.
Khaki chinos keep this look from being too casual, but they’re still as comfortable as sweats thanks to a soft, stretchy cotton-elastane blend.
The sun is finally out and you should spend the weekend outside, so top off this look with a baseball cap. The whale logo is a small touch of fun.
A simple braided leather bracelet in a light tan colour is an understated accessory that mixes well with the colours in this outfit.
Introduce another subtle touch of pink with this conveniently compact cardholder.
Yes, Velcro shoes are having a moment again. These kicks keep from looking too childish or orthopaedic thanks to their sleek shape and stylish perforated details.