Fucshia was only supposed to be the color of the year. But it’s becoming increasingly clear that it’s the color of the decade.
Come December every year, trend reports are desperate to dethrone Fucshia with the hot new hue. Although when a color transcends trend status and instead becomes the hallmark of an entire decade, it can’t be treated like a replaceable style whim.
But that’s not to say that there isn’t a new color ready to have its comeuppance.
The girls of the industry are also royally flaunting this color. Deepika Padukone showed off at the Cannes’18 in a pretty Fuchsia lace gown and that’s where the fuchsia trend bombarded. There are thousands of options the shade of pinks, but this one’s quite special. Have a look at Deepika’s flashy Cannes photos:
Fuchsia finish footwear:
One can never miss out on a good pair of shoes. And just like bags, you can never have enough of them. The celebs and fashion pupils are going crazy after the color and they’re trying to “pink and fuchsia” everything in their wardrobe. A fashion blogger, Priyanca Talukdar has posted a picture of herself in pink Fila shoes which look too good and they are a definite need in your footwear collection.
Somehow, though, this season’s bright pink trend picks up right where the rosy color craze of seasons past left off. While Millennial Pink was so widely appealing for its ability to nearly act as a neutral, this recent hot-pink trend somehow feels equally cool and not overly saccharine. It’s an equitable alternative to a classic bold red (one of my personal-favorite color trends) and feels just as daring and confident when worn head to toe.
In case you’re not as convinced as I am, you need to clear some hanger space for hot pink, perhaps the following posts of Sara Gurpal make you do so:
Parineeti Chopra is seen carrying a hot pink purse while posing in the sun. You can also add a little neon to your accessory collection. Try using pink scrunchies and headbands when you’re wearing an all solid color outfit.
We’re calling it, the future is fuchsia. But unlike your Melodramatic Purples or your Gen Z Yellows, fuchsia is here to stay. It’s here to embrace and squeeze and love for everything it’s done for femininity and expression.
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