Champagne pink is the barely-there hue of your favorite bottle of bubbly, a warm cream with just a subtle hint of blush. This grown-up version of ubiquitous bubblegum pink looks equally sophisticated as a slip dress, throw pillow or illuminating highlighter. Imagine the color of ballet slippers--that’s the perfect champagne. This champagne shade is so light that it qualifies as a neutral, despite its pastel tint. That means it pairs equally well with other neutrals and bright colors, depending on your desired effect. Don’t be afraid to combine sugar and spice by pairing light pink with black or moto-inspired pieces. It looks trendy when mixed with red, emerald and navy. When you wear champagne pink, avoid skewing too youthful by keeping lines sleek and modern rather than frilly and ornate. Try adding this color to your wardrobe by way of a crisp, menswear-inspired oversized trench, cozy sweater or flirty ballerina-inspired skirt. Some haute couture designers, for example, have shown sleek pencil skirts and structured bags. To decorate with champagne pink, keep it balanced to prevent sweetness overload. Try adding it as an accent with a statement couch, flower arrangement, linens or artwork. Highlighters are all the rage for creating a glowing complexion. Look for versions in this particular shade of pink from renown cosmetic brands.