Calling all modern men! From muted millennial to flamboyant fuchsia, we're showing you how to style our stand-out shade of the season so you can embrace the summer's preppiest colour with confidence.
Millennial, blush or even faded salmon — however you refer to it, pink is continuing to have its moment. But, sadly, it's a colour criminally underrepresented in most men's wardrobes. This summer, pink is Fenwick's shade of the season, and we're giving you cause of how to add this flamboyant colour into your staple pieces. Brace yourself, we're coming over rosey.
Wearing pink successfully can have great impact, giving you (and your outfit) personality, confidence and character — there's a reason why the love story between a navy blue suit and [pink Oxford shirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/shirts/casual-shirts/long-sleeve-linen-shirt/0000343598-LIGHTPINK.html) continues to reign supreme in modern power dressing. Not only is pink a preppy staple amongst workwear, it's also slipped effortlessly into streetwear in contemporary blush and muted variations, giving the colour a new life, and an elevated reputation. So isn't it about time pink got more of a look in in your everyday dressing option?
Getting this bold, but beautiful colour right is all about how you style it, and having the confidence to pull it off. Whether you're keen to embrace a [fuchsia T-shirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/tops/t-shirts/pink3) or a [nude sweatshirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/sweatshirts-and-knitwear/pink3) is more your thing — take a look at our handsome styling of Fenwick's shade of the season.
#### The T-shirt
It’s not for the faint hearted we’ll admit, but this bright fuchsia T-shirt by Tommy Jeans will certainly get you noticed. Make your look dapper with a slick navy [bomber jacket](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/coats-and-jackets) and neutral [shorts](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/trousers-and-shorts/shorts) or [trousers](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/trousers-and-shorts). Go on, be a little bold.
#### The Sweatshirt
Okay, so it’s not bright pink, but this nearly nude [sweatshirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/sweatshirts-and-knitwear/sweatshirts) is an easy way to tick off the trend without taking a huge leap of faith. For contemporary cool, add effortless [stonewash jeans](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/jeans) and tonal [khaki accessories](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/bags). It's a colour match simply made in heaven.
#### The Shirt
An outfit compilation that needs no introduction is the pristine pink [Oxford shirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/shirts) and [navy chinos](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/trousers-and-shorts/trousers/chinos). And, to shield you from the inevitable British weather, and for an _à la mode_ twist, throw on a [lightweight parka](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/coats-and-jackets/green2) — in khaki of course. You’ll be raking in the compliments... trust us.
#### The Shorts
If you're opting for a brighter bottom half, best to keep it more minimal on top. These summery [shorts](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/trousers-and-shorts/shorts) from [GANT](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/brands/gant/men/clothing) are perfect for holidays and hanging out beachside. Pair them with a plain [white T-shirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/tops/t-shirts/white2) to avoid any clashes, and when it gets a little cooler in the evening, throw a classic [navy shirt](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/shirts/blue2) unbuttoned over top. Easy breezy!