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Pink is the thing at ASOS

In candy, bubblegum or dusty rose, there’s no denying it: pink is a mood-booster. So dress the way you want to feel, 'cause the girls at ASOS definitely are. See how these pink ladies are wearing theirs for SS17…

Anna Heaton wearing a pink denim jacket, available at ASOS | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Picture: Laura Shehata

Jean queen

Double denim, but not as you know it. Change up the shades for a fresh way to work the fabric. Layer a blue frayed overall dress over a white tee and add a cropped jacket in salmon for that '90s win. Add texture with glittery socks and finish with white sneaks for the perfect sunny-weekend outfit.

Pictured: Anna Heaton, junior editor

Joanna Kyte wearing pink at ASOS. Available at ASOS.

Sleeve it

Princess vibes for day? So mega if done right. Go down the same route as Joanna and make your trophy statement a sheer top with oh-so-pretty frothy sleeves. Balance out the girlie with classic monochrome staples: a black tank crop top, black high-waist joggers and retro white sneaks.

Pictured: Joanna Kyte, editorial assistant

Estelle Adjei wearing pink Champion coach jacket and pink top, both available at ASOS | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Double trouble

Go hard or go home, right? For real impact, go pink-on-pink, just like Estelle. Play with proportions and layer an oversized satin bomber over a drop-waist hem, both in pink lemonade. Tone down the sugary vibes with ripped skinnies, white high-tops and XXL ear-bling.

Pictured: Estelle Adjei, France junior editor

Maybelle Morgan wearing pink tracksuit bottoms from ASOS | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Fancy pants

Yep, track pants are no longer reserved for hungover Netflix days. Turbo-boost your pair to worthy-of-leaving-the-sofa levels in blush with sports-tipped side-splits. Keep the rest basic: think a gray crop tank, white sneaks and an oversized black bomber jacket.

Pictured: Maybelle Morgan, junior editor