Next Level: Shocking Pink

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Think pink! No, like, REALLY pink. Here are four ways to do bubblegum with a bang. —erica

LEVEL I: Oooh, so polished with a pair of jeans, Amanda Uprichard!

LEVEL II: Antiqued brass keeps the bright-as-they-come stones in these Dannijo studs from looking too Barbie. 

LEVEL III: What do you call this Jenni Kayne dress besides perfect, really?

LEVEL IV: 3.1 Phillip Lim delivers the most serious, double-breasted cut in the most fun-lovin’, look-at-me hue.

Want four more? Have at it.

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Thanks to Mum & Co, I now want not one but three pink backpacks. —erica

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Double Take: Dusty Rose

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Ballet-slipper pink is a neutral—really, truly! The color’s especially winning when hit with some texture, be that in the form of bubbled glass or Tibetan goat fur. Calypso St. Barth’s pillow warms up any old wooden chair, and this pendant lamp by Caleb Siemon gives off the warmest glow (that happens to make everyone look good to boot). —alex ronan

Double up on your “Double Take” consumption right here.

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Rodebjer: Not afraid of bubblegum pink. —erica

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Next Level: Pink & Red

Pink and red are not supposed to hang together—they kind of have a Capulet-Montague situation going. But, done right, man, can sparks fly. Four classy-cool ways to go. —erica

LEVEL I: How adorbs would these Loeffler Randall sandals be with rolled-up chinos?

LEVEL II: God, those blush-y hues. Reed Krakoff, you know what you’re doing.

LEVEL III: The cut-outs on this Mara Hoffman dress just contribute to the color-blocking masterfulness.

LEVEL IV: Subtle? Heck no. But this Venessa Arizaga necklace sure is fly.

Get more of this four-way action here.

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I dub this Jenni Kayne look Middle Finger Barbie. —erica

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Pink isn’t scary. SEE?! Heidi Merrick says so. —erica

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Next Level: Shocking Pink

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Pink can be a tough color to wear—which is why we suggest you just GO THERE, opting for the loudest, most flashy hue in the family. —erica

LEVEL I: Offset by camo, the bright cording of this Bluma Project bracelet is your classic POC (pop of color, guys). 

LEVEL II: As you can see, these magenta Wood Wood jeans look rad with black. 

LEVEL III: Lizzie Fortunato tassel earrings? Suddenly any dress looks waaay more fun.

LEVEL IV: Giejo mixes colors and patterns like a boss, and the vaguely athletic striping on this swimsuit keeps the Barbie color in check.

Get more “Next Level!” You’ll be happy that you did.

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This is why, via Kelly Love, you should not be scared of pink. —erica

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On this Kim Dulaney necklace, the pink feels more sassy than sweet, right? —erica

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