There is something about 90s fashion and Hot Pink that naked you want to dig out your old legwarmers and shoulder-padded shirts. Hot Pink creates a preppy style that is iconic, like the photo of Princess Diana sitting in a doorway wearing a Hot Pink sweater and Hot Pink and White checkered pants.
How the color is made: Hot Pink is made by blending Very Pale Magenta with Pure Pink to create a hue that leaps off the page and into your eyeballs.
History: Historically, Hot Pink was associated with lust, passion, desire, and intense emotions. It was used in contemporary artworks to depict urgency and obsession. Painters like Picasso used Hot Pink to portray appetition or infatuation.
Color in Action
Hot Pink is no slouch on the Red carpet and has been spotted several times at the Oscars. In 2019 Hot Pink was all the rage with Linda Cardellini wearing a feathery Hot Pink number, Sarah Paulson's Hot Pink pouffy ensemble, and Gemma Chan’s Maison Valentino couture gown in Hot Pink. Hot Pink is a constant at award shows and we can look forward to seeing a lot more of it.
Colors that go with Hot Pink
Match Hot Pink with its split-complementary counterparts, Very Light Cyan and Very Light Limer Green for a playful and exciting color combination that will feel like the life of the party.
Hot Pink Color Palettes and Schemes
Hot Pink’s monochromatic options will make you think of Barbie’s dream house and convertible, and if that’s your style then go for it. But a tonal Hot Pink palette can get a bit boring so why not incorporate a little Onyx into the mix?
Backgrounds and Seamless Patterns
A wallpaper design with Hot Pink paisley patterns can be fun and unexpected with it includes colors like Navy blue, Cream, Gold, and Light Liimr Green.