The rose pink suit

On one of the now blurred-together days of Paris fashion week, we snapped an emerald green pant suit outside the Dior show. It stood out for being a feminine – and yet not wholly soft – take on traditionally masculine fare.

Here we see the same wearer, in the same suit. Only this time it’s a soft, delicate pink, turning the androgynous effect of the pant suit all the more softly feminine.

pink womens pant suit

This time the suit was paired with a white top and bold necklace. Both outfits were photographed at Paris fashion week.

Photo: Imaxtree

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