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Pink Dresses for Women

The dress has long been a staple of women’s fashion. With a variety of styles and colors, it has evolved to meet the demands of modern women. A pink dress is a great way to show off your feminine side in a fun way and make yourself stand out in a sea of black dresses or white lace dresses.

What are some common pink dress styles?

A dress is essentially a one piece garment that covers the body and extends at least partially down the legs. However, there are many different styles and variations that fall into this category.

  • Shift dress: So named because it is roomy and tends to shift with the wearer. Short and usually sleeveless, it is looser than many dresses making it perfect for any size.
  • Maxi dress: Known for its full, floor length design that is form-fitting at the top but flowy over the legs. As they usually do not reach the neck, they do not have sleeves. A maxi dress is a very versatile style, also making it great for women of any size.
  • Bodycon dress: Tight and form fitting from the top to the bottom. This style may have full or partial sleeves or be sleeveless. There is no standard neckline with this style, however, most end at or somewhat above the knee.
  • Sheath: Another tight fitting dress. Where the bodycon is contoured, the sheath is mostly straight from the top to the bottom. It can feature both sleeved or sleeveless looks. Lace in the neck is not uncommon.
  • Skater dress: A shorter dress similar to a shift. Instead of a uniform looseness, it is fitted at the waist and flares into an A shape. Like a shift or maxi dress, the skater is a great fit in any size.
What occasions is a pink dress for?

From formal lace, sassy party, weddings to work, pink is an all-occasion color. Pink itself has multiple shades that can be used to match personality, mood, event and more:

  • Formal dresses are usually worn in blushed or lighter tones. Common fabrics include chiffon and satin, and may also feature lace. Longer styles like the maxi dress work well here
  • Cocktail and party dresses tend toward brighter shades like rose and fuchsia. With a flowing style such as shift dress, they express a sense of fun for the occasion.
  • Professional women often consider salmon and coral tones in a work setting. A style with sleeves and a higher neck are generally most acceptable.
What are some complementary colors for pink?

All colors have widely recognized and acceptable pairings or matches that help complement each other in multi-colored ensembles. From accessories, shoes, jackets and more, the following are some good matches for pink.

  • Black: Adding black to a blushed tone like flamingo pink dress is a classic combination that gives the classic feminine color an edge. Black provides the starkest contrast.
  • Bright reds: Add bright red to a bubblegum pink dress for playful glamour.
  • White or gray: These colors with a lighter pink dress give off a cool and calm demeanor.
  • Orange or teal: With a neutral or darker salmon pink dress, orange and teal are modern, fresh, and fun.