If you've always avoided wearing pink for fear of feeling too girly, then allow Emma Thompson to quell your worrying and point you in the right direction.
More specifically, in the direction of Stella Mc Cartney.
But as Galore’s chief British correspondent, I can report that the Brits are experiencing Brexit flashbacks and freaking the f out thanks to last night’s election and an impending Trump presidency.World Leaders are putting their two cents in on Trump becoming the new President of one of the most powerful countries in the world.Emma has gone the whole hog with the matching jacket and trousers on the red-carpet at the Evening Standard British Film Awards but you could easily work just the blazer for a whole host of occasions: in the office with black cigarette trousers, on an evening with leather skinnies or for a more casual look with jeans. Click (right) to snap it up from The Outnet while you can, or get the look with our designer doppelgänger finds from the high-street below.The teenager says she received the comments from fellow pupils at the £6,235-a-term Highgate School in North London when she started campaigning against climate change, following in her actress mother’s footsteps.‘I tried to get people to listen,’ she said.The much-coveted designer has done some major rethinking when it comes to the traditional connotations of pink and challenged them with this sleek two-piece.
Stella is renowned for creating cutting-edge designs that encapsulate the modern woman with this suit being a prime example.