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Celebrity Look: Hot Pink Dresses

1 Comment 31 March 2010

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Hot Pink is the perfect color for spring. Not only is it cheery, it goes with a lot more than you might think. We’ve seen hot pink dresses on lots of celebrities this spring, including Jennifer Garner, Eva Longoria Parker, and Kristin Cavallari. It’s an easy look to pull off, and here are some favorites to get you dreaming.

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The late Alexander McQueen designed this hot pink dress with an asymmetric bateau neckline that elongates the neck, particularly if you have short hair or wear your hair in an updo. With short sleeves and a straight skirt, this design could even go to work with you, perhaps with a black silky cardigan tied around your shoulders.

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There’s a hot pink sateen bow tube dress from Arden B. that you have to see. In a wrap style with a sweetheart neckline, it features boning on the sides so that it fits perfectly. The pleated crossover bust is flattering to many shapes, and the bow at the waist of the wrap skirt is the perfect finishing touch. You could wear it with flip flops and a faded denim jacket for shopping, or add strappy high heeled sandals and a choker necklace for a summer wedding.

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The Aqua Odyssey dress in pink features a low neckline and front vertical gathers that end in a short, flowy bubble skirt. This is a great casual sexy look for vacation and will keep you cool on hot days. It also makes the perfect coverup for your favorite bikini when you’re at the beach.

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And speaking of sexy, AmiClubWear has this great one-shoulder mini dress in fuchsia that has a draped ruffle and sequin decor. It also features ruching in front. For girls who like the idea of a short prom dress, this could be just the thing.

Celebrities know how easy it is to wear the hot pink dress trend, and there are styles from super casual to frankly sexy to perfect for evening. The color flatters most skin tones and is one of the most wearable trends for spring and summer.

Would you wear this trend?

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  1. shevani says:

    Pink is no doubt a pretty colour for spring….it makes you look younger..cheerful and adds beauty to everything….go for lovely pink dresses this spring be it short skirt…long gown or anything with any fabric


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