Stay on top of seasonal trends and add some gorgeous dresses to your wardrobe this fall. Pink is tipped to be a big colour trend for the season ahead, with many designers choosing an array of rosy pink hues for their fall collections. While you might usually associate pink hues with the spring and summer months, it can look quite chic for fall. Take a look at these gorgeous dresses that will have you looking pretty in pink this fall.
1 Flared Dress
There are so many gorgeous dresses available at the moment and pink flared dresses are great for working a flirty look. This dress by RED Valentino has a fun, feminine design. It would look super stylish worn with a fitted blazer, statement shoes, and a metallic clutch for an elegant eveningwear look. It is extremely expensive, though, at around $600, but you can check out stores like ASOS and Piperlime for similar dresses on a budget.
2 Lace Back Dress
Throw some lace into the mix when picking out a gorgeous pink dress for fall. This Forever 21 dress comes in a wonderful dusty pink colour and features lace sleeves and a lace back. It has a short skater-style cut and you could easily team this dress with tights and platform heels for a fun, party-appropriate look.
3 A-line Dress
This elegant A-line frock could easily be dressed up or down for fall. It comes in a lovely pink hue and is embellished with a light floral pattern which gives it a wonderful texture. It’s from Modcloth and will set you back around $75. Dress it down with a denim jacket and brogues during the day or style it up with heels and statement accessories.
4 ¾ Sleeve Dress
This pink dress would easily become a wardrobe staple. It’s sure to flatter with its classic cut, scoop neck, and princess seaming. It’s also made from a flexible knit fabric. Wear it to work with a blazer and heels, or simply team it with ballet flats for a ladies only lunch with the girls. This particular dress will set you back around $45 from Modcloth but you can find similar styles at Forever 21 and Anthropologie.
5 Wafer-Mesh Dress
This Simone Rocha dress is one of the ones spotted on the designer runways. It has a very elegant, feminine design and is made from a unique spongy wafer-mesh fabric. On the runway this dress was styled with bare legs and brogues. It will break the bank, though, at over $1000 but luckily you can find plenty of dresses in similar cuts at your favourite affordable fashion stores.
6 Striped Dress
Make a statement in bold stripes this fall. A-line designs are perfect for working fall’s feminine trends and this Kate Spade dress ticks all the right boxes. It would make a great party frock or dress it down with a cropped denim jacket and brogues for a cool daytime look. You could buy this dress outright or rent it from Rent The Runway.
7 Pleated Shoulder Dress
This woven paneled dress has a simple, elegant design. It features a round neckline, pleated sleeves, and comes in a lovely pink hue. It’s a dress that you could easily wear to work or out to a party. You can grab this dress for around $20 from Forever 21, which is a fraction of what you’d be paying for similar dresses by designer brands like Tibi.
8 Polka Dot Dress
Playful polka dot prints have been a popular choice for the past couple of seasons. They’d look super cute when worn in the form of this polka dot wrap-style dress. This particular pink dress will cost you around $60 from Modcloth and it would look great worn with a cardigan, T-bar shoes, and a slouchy satchel. You can also find similar polka dot dresses at Nordstrom.
9 Collared Dress
Work a preppy look in a gorgeous collared dress. This Marc by Marc Jacobs dress comes in a bright pink colour and features a contrasting appliqué collar. This playful dress would look great teamed with neutral accents and casual sneakers for a street-smart look. It is pretty pricey, though, at $300 but you can find similar collared dresses by Lacoste and at Modcloth.
These are just some pink dresses to whet your appetite for fall. What do you make of pink as a colour trend for fall? Which of these dresses would you like to add to your wardrobe?