Spring has officially arrived, and so has our excitement for warm-weather fashion. And now that we can finally put away our sweaters and boots, we’re welcoming lighter colors with open arms. Yes, I know what you’re thinking. Pastels for spring? Groundbreaking. But don’t you worry—these softly hued looks are anything but conventional. From baby blues to pale pinks, keep reading to see how members of our community are taking these colors into 2018.
Match Your Top to Your Shoes for a Double Dose of Pink
If one rosy-hued piece isn’t enough for you, we get it. To embrace the color without going overboard, go for a pastel top and shoes that are a shade or two darker. For warmer days, add a plaid miniskirt in a neutral color to let the rest of the look shine.
Contrast a Blue-on-Blue Look With a Pop of Rosy Metallics
A unique touch of monochrome can be chic and simple for quick mornings out the door. Focus on the shoes by adding a pair of bright metallic slip-ons.
Pair a Periwinkle Skirt With Floral Embroidery in Celebration of Spring
Why not wear all your seasonal classics together? A fresh blouse pairs beautifully with a flowy midi skirt and sandals for a look that’s perfect for an outdoor brunch situation or a casual date night.
Keep It Weather-Appropriate With a Neutral Sweater and Pale Blush Culottes
Who says pastels are only for warm days? Find a pair of light pink trousers and add a few pieces like a striped sweater and booties for a cozier take on the springy hue.
Add Brightness to a Black Dress With a Sunny Jacket
Feeling the winter blues? Infuse some sunshine into your darker pieces with a bright yellow addition. It’s the perfect way to brighten up a dark dress and take your cold-weather wardrobe into spring.
Toughen Up a Baby Blue Dress With Distressed Denim
If you like little more toughness in your outfits, consider adding distressed elements to your pastel pieces. A frilly dress layered over frayed jeans is a perfect way to marry the two, and paired with a socks-and-heels combination, it’s an unexpected take on pastels you never knew you needed.
How do you like to style your favorite pastel pieces? Leave a comment below!
Featured photo by @xharpism.