Pastels & Neutrals: White tweed blazer/jacket, grey pants/trousers & Mint blouse/top: Street Style
Pastels have manifested themselves in so many different ways and are huge spring/summer trend. Refresh your wardrobe with spring’s pastel palettes which are perfect for brightening up your wardrobe this season.
Consisting from sugary shades of soft pretty pink, peppermint, powder blue and lilac, pastels are everywhere from dresses, skirts, jackets, blazers, accessories, and pants. Pastel shades are transitional trends that can be worn from spring through to winter. Pastels can be dressed down or dressed up.
I love how Toyosi has paired her mint blouse with white tweed jacket, grey pants and black high heels. I love how she mix and match pastel and neutral for a classy look.
Balancing out hues can be a little bit tricky but with the right combination of pastels and neutrals one can embrace this trend easily. If you’re wearing one piece of pastel item balance the rest of your look with a solid colour pieces or neutrals colours.
tweed jacket from Select
One can also wear sugar hues head to toe but be warned if this look is not worn right you might end up looking like a cupcake. Sweeten up your style by adding accessories to your look. Not sure on how to wear this trend, why not introduce some bits here and there in your look until you get used to it. You can even incorporate pastel accessories such as bags, shoes, and jewellery. Pastel can also be worn with different prints/patterned items.
Here are a few ways in which one can wear pastels without looking like a jellybeans. Wear pastel green biker jacket with a cream top and floral pant for casual look. For a pastel monochrome look pair pale blue jumper/blouse with pale blue tailored pants and heels. For a relaxing look wear lemon sorbet jeans with a black top/t-shirt, bucket bag and loafers. Pair shades of lemon yellow dress with burgundy heels for an eye-catching look. Want to make a bold statement why not colour blocks your pastels by wearing a lemon yellow blazer, pale blue pants and pale orange blouse for a unique statement look.
Inspired by pastels? Let me know how you will style this trend.