9 Puffy Pink Dresses, Because Looking Like Villanelle Will Be All The Rage In 2019
Ever since Killing Eve took to our TV screens, the world has been fascinated with puffy pink dresses. But, as proven by Villanelle's unmissable Molly Goddard dress, the trend has been ongoing for more than the past few months. In 2017, pale pink dominated the Paris Fashion Week catwalks with almost every single designer sending out a look in the feminine hue. In July that year, Pinterest revealed that millennial pink, as the shade is now famously known, was the most searched back-to-work word, as DigiDay reports. It seemed like everyone was fawning over the inoffensive colour.
But now, pink has taken on a new meaning. Women everywhere are relishing in upending the "girly" stereotypes often associated with the shade. Clothes adorned in all manner of pink hues are readily available, whether you want to stand out in the hottest of hot pinks or prefer to remain in the background in a raspberry-inspired piece.
Even celebrities have got in on the act. Earlier this month, Jennifer Lopez wore a pink dress that was so big it filled up an entire van. And at London's recent Fashion Awards, Paloma Faith rocked up in a dreamy concoction of puffballs and ruffles.
Taking inspiration from these A-listers, here's a few similarly puffy pink dresses that might be more suited to your budget.
1A Scandi Interpretation
2An Off-The-Shoulder Look
3The Relaxed Version
4The Ultimate Designer Discount
This pretty design doesn't come cheap, but it's a lewk that can be worn for years to come if you so desire. Created by Korean talent Rejina Pyo, the corset-like silhouette is truly historical. Available in UK size 6 to 14.
5Time To Belt Up
6For The Dress Avoiders
7A Hot Shade
8A Romantic Addition
9Go Back In Time
Now, which colour shall women next reclaim?