The season’s soft pink obsession, better known as “millennial pink” to the fashion savvy, comes in a range of hues that hover around the more sophisticated, subdued side of the spectrum. This gives it incredibly versatility, allowing it to pair more like a neutral—so it’s no wonder it’s the most-spotted color of the summer. Here are some tips from Fashion Fabrics Club on finding the right fabrics for bringing the shade into your wardrobe right now.

Chiffon Skirt

For a super sophisticated look that can easily transition from day to night, try a millennial pink chiffon maxi skirt. For daylight hours, pair with a simple cotton T and flat sandals, for an evening ensemble swap the T for a slinky blouse and switch out the flats for heels.

Satin Sheath

The fun of this shade is that it combines playfulness with elegance, which gives it the ability to go from sophisticated to sporty in a snap—it’s all about the piece and the pairing. Take a millennial pink satin sheath for example: when paired with a statement pair of stilettos, you have a look worthy of a formal soiree, toss on a cotton T underneath and top off with a pair of sneakers and suddenly it becomes an easy, everyday look.

Velvet Blazer

Previously considered a nighttime-only fabric, velvet has officially become a daytime must-have—easily dressing up more casual, everyday looks. For those cooler summer days when an extra layer is necessary, toss on a millennial pink velvet blazer with your go-to jeans and a T.

Cotton T

Probably the most easy way to rock the season’s most-coveted shade is in a perfect-fitting millennial pink cotton jersey t-shirt. You can wear it as a pop of subtle color underneath a denim jacket, in place of a your classic white t-shirts with jeans, in a luxe-leisure look like this outfit here, with joggers and a pair of heels—the world is your oyster.

July 07, 2017 — Shopify API