Just like I can’t ever have enough shoes (what woman can?), I can never have enough bags. While winter was all about deep, rich hues, this spring I’ll be going much lighter. I love this pastel color block bucket bag featuring pops of soft pink, blue and yellow (asos.com, $50). This will make a great weekend bag paired with jeans for casual brunch dates or errands.
Long T-shirts are a versatile item to have in your wardrobe. They make great beach cover-ups, they can work with leggings and look chic both belted or simply loosely tucked into your favorite pair of jeans. Add an on-trend pastel hue and you have yourself a great find. This simple but stylish pastel tee is casual – with an eye-catching print perfect for spring (zara.com, $36).
Turn heads this spring in an adorable Diane von Furstenberg dress in a lovely shade of pale orangey-peach (dvf.com, $298). The sunny and stylish shade (reminiscent of orange sherbet) is ideal for warmer weather. I love the simple yet flattering silhouette and plan to pair this simple stunning pastel dress with wedge heels and an all-purpose tote.
From nails to outerwear, yellow is a hue poised for big things this spring. That’s what drew my attention to this sporty watch in a delicious shade of the aforementioned color – albeit with a twist of lime (Nordstrom.com, $75). Ideal for warmer months, this fun pastel accessory works well with anything from simple sundresses to tailored trousers.
All about earrings
There’s something about pastel blue that I find so cheerful. Give me anything in that hue – from dresses to heels to cardigans and I’m happy. Case in point: these darling drop earrings in a soft shade of robin’s egg blue (1928.com, $22). An easy way to introduce pastels to your wardrobe, this simple accessory goes a long way towards heightening a spring outfit.
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