It’s not often that we see pink in professional getups, but that doesn’t make it any less acceptable for the workplace. As with other colours, the same rules apply with colour-blocking—a light bubblegum or coral pink plays well with light-coloured pieces, while bolder hues such as fuchsia can be balanced with darker bottoms, or something with an equal visual weight. Pink doesn’t just play the leading role—pieces in a dusty pink can be matched with similar muted tones, or accentuated with a bag or pair of heels in a nude tone. It’s not limited to clothes and accessories, either—make a splash with pink-tinged makeup, be it lipstick, eyeshadow, or even hair. Whether your choice of hue is pastel or punchy, there’s no doubt you’ll stand out when you get pretty in pink.