Solange Knowles Totally Called Pantone's Color of the Year: A Recap of Her Super-Stylish Week

Solange proved she's a little bit psychic regularly rocking Pantone's color of the year long before it was officially announced.

By now, it’s pretty clear that Solange Knowles is a bonafide style superstar. The singer has never met a trend, bold color, or monochromatic look she couldn’t immediately figure out how to style flawlessly, often giving even big sister Beyoncé a run for her money. But now it appears aside from being perfectly put together, Solange might also be just a little bit psychic…at least when it comes to fashion.

Solange Knowles Pantone Fashion Dom Perignon

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Yesterday, Pantone announced that one of the colors for 2016 will be Rose Quartz, but either Solange had some insider information or she’s just that ahead of the style game because she’s been rocking this color all week long. She first showed off the baby pink hue two days ago, wearing a full head-to-toe furry mink look courtesy of Fendi (below). And just in case you thought her choice in color palette was a fluke, Solange attended a Dom Pérignon event last night in yet another all-pink silk ensemble: a off-the-shoulder Cushnie et Ochs jumpsuit with a cutout just below her bust line (above).

But just because you’re literally defining what everyone’s going to want to wear for the year to come doesn’t mean you should be a slave to the trend. Solange has also been busting out her winter white wardrobe this week, proving this snowy shade looks just as fresh post Labor Day as it does prior. If the frosty ruffled evening look above isn’t giving you chills, just check out the way Bey’s little sis elevates this common hotel bathrobe to couture level amazingness with a few well-placed accessories. You’re going to want to try this one at home.

Which of Solange’s fashionable looks is your favorite? Would you ever wear head-to-toe fur? What about wearing a bathrobe to the club? What do you think of Pantone’s colors of the year?

–Emily Kirkpatrick

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