Long has it been since the color pink has been bestowed an official girly color and was a no-no in boys outfits.
Red, on the other hand, is unisex because it represents feminine sultriness and a masculine power for the men.
But as time has changed, so has trend and fashion. It has become more versatile, more lenient and more expressive.
Women are now wearing boyfriend pants; men styled shoes, oversized long sleeved polo, and trousers. Men are now wearing more floral prints, pastel colors, and skinny jeans.
And it’s no surprise that toddlers are beating grown fashionistas in the game of dress up. They have the natural cuteness as an edge.
Looking back, babies and toddlers have always been dressed color coded based on their gender. Girls wear pink or purple, and boy wears blue or green.
Well, my dear moms, gone are the days of gender color coding and here are the days of mixing and matching.
Check out these cute boys dressed in red and yes, pink.
This pink cardigan gives a very preppy look. And there’s no denying, preppy is cute whether on a toddler or a grown man.
Pinkish or reddish pants pair great with a darker top. And the shades just add more swag. Swag is what boys outfits are all about.
A dark shade of pink almost crossing over to a maroon red looks great with a khaki colored suit.
Now, these kids are hipster looking. Love the combo of pink with dark shorts and white pants. It’s like they’re taken right out of the Hampton’s finest private school. These boys outfits scream class like a marquee.
Case in point, pink looks great with gray. It doesn’t matter which gender wears it. Boys outfits score 9/10 because of the comfortable look.
Red always looks good with jeans. The cuteness oozing from this little guy is just the perfect cherry on top.
Sometimes all you need is a vibrant red in your accessories to pull off your outfit. This handsome little fellow clearly knows that. Whoever puts this boys outfits together clearly has impeccable fashion sense.
Salmon pink has now become a unisex color. It’s pastel palette make it easy to pair with without looking feminine.
Exactly as what his shirt says. You can’t go wrong with black and red. Scores 10/10 in boys outfits chart!
Red and white stripes? Works every time. Human candy cane.
Red and jean combo yet again proving its perfect match quality.
Very K-Pop I would say. But just like their influence to music, their fashion sense have clearly won the world as well.
Colored pants are a huge trend right now. And it looks good on any age and gender.
Salmon pink and white washed jeans combo. Thumbs up!
Very chill outfit. Comfy yet fashionable.
Skater boy in pink. Rare but digging it.
Asian swag. Totally up for it. This is scoring an eight on my pink, and red boys outfit chart.
Red or pink plaid shirts? Yes, please!
Red and pink are no longer colors only for girls. Boys wear them as well as we do. A lot of times, they make it look sexy whereas we make it look cute and girly.
Fashion isn’t about gender or color. It’s about how you want people to see you when you dress. It’s a statement of your character. It isn’t the guys fault they look good in pink. Doesn’t make them any less manly. Just as girls wearing blue or green, it doesn’t make us any less feminine.
I do not like pink or any bright color for that matter, but I adore some of these outfit suggestions. They’re handsome in a little man way. I’d be up for dressing a boy in these colors but maybe not so much for my man.
Then again, it’s a personal preference. If your son can rock the color, why not?
If you have any pink or red outfits you’ve dressed your boys in, share it on a comment below!
Inspiration for Boys