HOW TO WORK PASTELS INTO YOUR WARDROBE


Camel Fedora, Primark (similar) | Grey Turtle Neck, Ebay (similar) | White Faux Fur Gilet, Clothesminded* (here) | Blush Pink Cigarette Trousers, Marks & Spencer (similar), Open Toe Boots, H&M (similar)

Blush pinks, nudes and light pastel greys are my favourite kind of shades for this time of the year. It's not quite warm enough to ditch the wool coats and fluffy scarves, but somehow, wearing summery colours in February makes it feel like summer is that little bit closer. 

I styled this outfit around a new pair of blush pink trousers that I picked up from Ebay recently, but initially found it hard to pair with anything in my wardrobe. That's when I realized just how much the weather influences what colours I wear. Well... no more! After trying these tailored cigarette trousers on with a ton of different coloured knitwear pieces, I found that pairing them with white and muted pastel tones worked best.
One of my favourite pieces from this outfit has to be this White Faux Fur Gilet from Clothesminded, simply because I can throw it over any minimal outfit, and it instantly takes my outfit from drab to fab, as cliche as it sounds. Faux fur has been my favourite style secret all Winter long, and I'll never stop investing in these cosy statement pieces because you just know they'll come back every Autumn/Winter.

8 comments

  1. Love pastels, nice picks :)
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    1. I always obsess over pastels at this time of year haha! Thanks lovely xx

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  2. Love this post idea and you look gorgeous! Pastels are a huge part of my wardrobe xx
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    1. Thanks girl. They literally flatter any skin tone, how amazing are pastels! xx

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  3. FLAWLESS outfit!

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