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The 11 Best Pink Suits to Liven Up Your Spring Wardrobe

Pink is for men.
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Suits are timeless, of course. That's not news. But just because a piece is timeless doesn't mean it doesn't get its fair share of updating and upgrading. Changing up details like fit, fabric, and color can take the basic idea of a suit and turn it into something modern and evolved. And sure, sometimes those detail changes are transient—but sometimes, they're something that's worth getting into. Take the current emphasis on pink suits, for example. Celeb style stars like Nicholas Hoult and Seth Rogen have been hitting up red carpets in the color, and it's something that truly isn't too niche to try for yourself. Here are 11 ways to do it. 


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Asos Moss London Suit

For a fun suit, you might not want to invest the way you would in a black or navy. Fair enough. Go to Asos for all things colorful and affordable. asos.com  

Topman Pink Textured Suit 

Topman's pink suit is great for weddings and any sort of tailored occasion. The double-breasted detailing and slightly textured color makes it feel put together but not try-hard. topman.com

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Express Coral Suit Jacket 

Express's suit is just over $300 all-in, making it an affordable buy for the season. The coral color will also look right at home at beach and summer weddings. express.com

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Suitsupply Havana Pink Suit 

For a mid-range suit, Suitsupply is a no-brainer. The Havana suit is definitely pink, but it's slightly muted, making it a little more low-key. suitsupply.com

Suitsupply Havana Pink Herringbone Suit 

This is the same, but with a herringbone weave. That gives the color a little more depth and a little darker shade. suitsupply.com

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Officine Generale Unstructured Suit Jacket  

Unstructured suits are great buys once you have your basic suiting needs covered. Both the jacket and pants in this suit can easily be worn on their own, too. mrporter.com

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Paul Smith Soho Suit Jacket 

Paul Smith loves a colored suit. Truly. This light pink feels more like wearing a neutral color than a brighter shade of the color, if you're not about being too bold. matchesfashion.com 

Paul Smith Soho Suit Jacket  

This one is a little brighter, but it's still easy to wear. Try it with a white dress shirt or a solid white tee. It's also the perfect suit to wear with white sneakers, if you're in the market. matchesfashion.com 

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Paul Smith Boxy Fit Suit 

If you're looking to make a splash, Paul Smith makes a suit for that, too. The bright hue is a lot—but it's also a lot of fun. farfetch.com

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Prada Two-Piece Suit 

As a general rule, you can never go wrong with a Prada suit. You can trust the brand to handle trends expertly. farfetch.com

Alexander McQueen Double-Breasted Suit 

For the pinkest of pink suits—raspberry pink; almost red—look to Alexander McQueen. It's double-breasted, overtly bold, and the biggest style risk of all. Take it. matchesfashion.com

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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