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How to Wear Pastel for Spring 2020

by VanityForbes

While the winter season celebrates deep earth tones, the spring colour palette leans on the brighter side of the colour spectrum ushering in a wave of soft and uplifting colours.

 

One of the colour themes that will be trending during the spring season is pastel. The soft hues can easily fit into your seasonal style ushering in the long awaiting temperature spike of spring. If you are ready for a pastel wardrobe overload then look no further, here are my tips on how to wear pastel for spring.


 

 TAILORING

One of my favourite ways to incorporate pastel into my wardrobe is through tailoring. As the wedding invitations start landing in your inbox, there is no better way to show up in style than with a seasonal appropriate suit colour. 

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To get more wear out of a pastel suit, wear the trousers and blazer separately. For the blazer, style with your favourite denim and buttoned-down shirt for a weekend-ready look.

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TROUSERS

Pastel trousers can also be incorporated into your everyday style, especially if you are not afraid of bold colours — style with white to compliment the soft pastel tones.

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ACCESSORIES

Accessories are an easy way to inject a trendy colour scheme into your style, especially if you are someone who has more of a classic wardrobe that doesn’t leave heavily on trends. Opt for a pastel refresh of your favourite leather accessory.


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EVERYDAY BASICS

 

Every wardrobe should be made up of the everyday basics. Choose your favourite essentials and give them a refresh in your favourite pastel colours from a t-shirt to a sweatshirt or hoodie.

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When styling, a great way to diffuse the pastel colour is with black. Layer under a black outerwear piece or wear with black trousers.

 

What are some of your favourite ways of wearing pastel colours?

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