How to wear pastel shades this spring

Pastel clothing is something which should feature in every wardrobe. Taking your style back to basics with natural and pale shades is always going to look trendy and clean-cut, with this sort of look featured all over the catwalks this SS16 season.

Committed pastel

For those who want to embrace pastel colour with full force, committing to one complete shade of pastel will really make a bold statement this spring.

One monochrome colour from tip to toe can be matched suitably with another of spring’s biggest trends, such as an off-the-shoulder ruffle crop top, or perhaps teamed with a glitter clutch.

Lemon, mint, baby pink and dusty blue are the pastel shades we can expect to see plenty of this coming season and so an entire outfit of one of these colour will pinpoint you as an in-style fashionista.

Statement 

A statement item in pastel colour can really transform an outfit, from a dull to stylish with just one item.

If you’re dressed in all black, leather bomber jackets in pale blue and pink shades are becoming increasingly popular with fashion lovers. A statement piece can work well with natural colours such as cream or white.

Keep your statement item subtle with simple cuts, adding detail or contrast with jewellery or one of our many stylish scarves found here. Although it may still be a tad chilly, teaming your outfit with a pair of heeled sandals will dress-up your look for more formal wear.

Beauty

With the likes of Kim Kardashian, Kate Middleton and Gigi Hadid all embracing the natural nude look when it comes to their makeup, keeping it simple when you’re wearing pastel shades is crucial to pulling off your look.

Since pastel hues are soft and feminine, your hair and makeup should be subtle to avoid overpowering your outfit. Fresh waves and delicate jewellery, like our Art Deco Necklace will work wonders in perfecting a subdued but stunning look.

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