Fashion Blogger Amy Fuchsia has snapped up one of Lola May's Baby Pink Bomber Jackets styling the perfect Seasonal palette we're all set to steal. Distancing Red and Pink was once a fashion rule not to be messed with...until it became the new black, now we can't get enough of this of this brave blend of hues.

Amy models the bomber, head to toe with a mix of two popping colours that are destined to take over this Spring, showing that the bomber jacket will sit in perfect harmony with the rest of your wardrobe. Pink has made a comeback, from powdered pink to hot magenta we are definitely rethinking pink this season and lets face it...if its pink you're going to look pretty. Its the perfect time to start swapping out the neutrals for a splash of soft pink, for a fuss-free start to your Lola May Summer wishlist .


Amy has styled our Pink Bomber with a pair of red wide leg trousers, a simple T and everyone's favourite go-to Spring Shoe. Mixing a perfect contrast of soft and bold blends to create a sports-luxe meets girly girl feel. What better time like now than to reminisce back to AW'16 catwalks where we spotted the brave clash of subtle pinks and reckless reds taking centre-stage. Designers Supriya Lele and Ryan Lo reclaimed their runways by fusing hyper-feminine tones to create a flawless pink and red dream we're all still getting caught up in...the boldness of the runway seldom hasn't finished making a run for the high-street store just yet.

Amy shows that Bomber jacket loving is still well under way, so what better way to step into Spring than in our Baby Pink Bomber. The perfect Spring/Summer must-have that will look the part with anything and everything, making it one of our favourite seasonal staples yet again...the bomber jacket isn't going anywhere fast.

P.S We are loving Amy's baby pink sunglasses to finish off her refreshing athleisure look...she has definitely got us all set to ditch wearing all black everything for good. Shop the trend and don't forget to check out Amy's Instagram for more style inspo.