The color pink usually denotes romance, calm, femininity and even vulnerability. The shade is a favorite of top fashion designers for its excellent versatility with other color palettes. It's also popular in the makeup industry because pink tones are flattering to the complexion, youthful in their softness and bring warmth to one's features. Pink skirts are in a league of their own, and many women like collecting the shade in different types of skirts in all kinds of textures.
For instance, Dolce & Gabbana features sweet, printed poplin, pink skirts in the classic A-line design with pretty pleats and painted floral blooms. Seen on the runway, the style is so ladylike and polished. D&G have included more pink skirts in their lineup, and this one in a lace midi is soft in pale pink with a flexible waistband. The classic skirt would be ideal for a wedding or other formal event.
Pink skirts at mini length are all the rage, and Revolve features a sexy, vegan suede mini skirt in the shade of pink/rose. Stars like Rita Ora, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, Selena Gomez and Katy Perry have all dazzled in the color pink because they know it will get them noticed when the cameras are flashing. The shade is classic but also fresh and modern, and top designers like Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Céline and Balenciaga include the elegant shade on the runway, calling it "millennial pink."
The Alexander McQueen brand has used pretty skirts to wow and captivate fans. The label's Patchwork Jacquard is a lace skirt with an avant-garde appeal in its unique see-through crinoline hem. The tea-length pink skirt is fitted through the hips and made in a blending of fabrics that includes silk, viscose, nylon and polyester.