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Hot Pink Dresses, Clothing, Accessories to Wear Spring 2022

Those who have watched the iconic film Funny Face with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire will know the song “Think Pink,” sung by the legendary Kay Thompson, and probably hear the catchy tune every time they see a fashion spread filled with the punchy hue. And it turns out, in the case of this movie musical jingle, pink is indeed catchy, both audibly and otherwise. For us, it started with the all-pink Valentino AW 2022 show this past fashion month. Who could resist the brighter-than-bubble gum world view of Valentino? If this is looking at the world through rose colored glasses, then it’s definitely worth consideration.

Then, a few weeks later, Kate Middleton once again caught our eye in a sparkling Vampire’s Wife rendition of the hue that was utterly breathtaking, only adding to our hunch that dressing for dopamine will include a dose of technicolor Pepto pink this upcoming season. Adding to our hunch? The 2022 Oscars red carpet also had its fair share of of the zippy hue, all but ensuring that our eyes are feasting on a world that is, at the very least, a bit more vibrant. All of which to say: there is shopping to be done. Here, our favorite pink items to wear this season for a burst of joy.

More: How the Royal Family Wears Pink

Vanades Ring-Embellished Linen-Blend Dress

Between the voluminous sleeves and the cutout waist, this frock is surely not subtle—but that’s the point. Wear this to turn heads.

Belted Knit Cardigan

Pop some Pepto-pink into your look with a bright tie-waist sweater that can be worn over just about any casual look.

Halter Cutout Dress in Featherweight Satin

From the ruched bodice to the cutout, everything about this dress and its punched up fuchsia hue is to die for.

Hartford Satin Straight-Leg Pants

Put a little perk into your everyday with a pair of straight-leg pants in an unexpected hue.

Posh Mule

Sometimes the best part of your outfit just has to be the shoes. Meet the shoes in question.

Le Carinu Leather Shoulder Bag

Experiment with a flash of pink in the form of your everyday carryall. You won’t regret it.

Large DP Pin

Not ready to commit? Incorporate pink into your look with a hair accessory, like a pink version of the cult-favorite Deborah Pagani pin.

Relaxed Fit Striped Linen Shirt

The classic way to do a pop of color? With a striped button down of course.

Nylon Ultralight and Techno Taffeta Bomber

If you live on the east coast, you’re aware that the weather can get unpredictable in spring. This calls for a good old-fashion-puffer with not-so-old-fashioned details like this oh-so chic Herno bomber.

Darley Grain-Leather Clutch Bag

Take your formal look to the next level by accenting it with a punchy clutch.

Ayla Square-Toe Ballerina Shoes

Go for the girly look in a pair of highlighter hued ballerina flats.

Sculpted-Fit Italian Wool Blazer

The statement blazer is back and no further proof is needed than this sculpted-fit Banana Republic number.

Pleated Lamé Midi Skirt

This skirt has it all: movement, texture, and color. Pair with a simple blouse and let the subtle swish of the pleats do the work for you.

Fiorellina Flared Bermuda Shorts w/ D-Ring Belt

Vacation vibes without the beach are the name of the game with these ultra-stylish pedal pushers.

5th Ave Braided Satin Headband

Hair accessories are the thing right now, so why not double dip on the trends with one that’s in the hue of the moment.

Narisa Flat

Elegant and fun, these are slides that will make you smile every time you slip into them.

Barbie Pink Zaza Grande

Want to make like Barbie? Pink embossed croc is the move for you.

Lace Up Slingback Pumps Strawberry Pink

Kick up your office footwear picks with a strawberry pink slingback that still looks sleek and a touch whimsical too.

Neon Wool and Cashmere-Blend Coat

Take your look mod with a boxy cut wool and cashmere overcoat that screams brighter days ahead—even if it’s still chilly.

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