How to wear pastels: the womenswear edit
Be pretty in pink and powder blue, and take a step on the candy side this summer in a sweet array of pastel tones and sugary hues. For those with a sweet tooth - you’re about to be hooked!
You’ve seen it online, in your most-loved magazines and all over your Instagram feed - but now it’s time to add some pastel power to your wardrobe! Here are our top tips for wearing sorbet shades all summer season long. With your favourite designer brands, always up to 60% less, we’ve got lots to tempt you.
Colour block or mix and match? The decision is easy when it comes to selecting your favourite icy tones. By mixing soft neapolitan shades into your wardrobe you’ll bring some fun and frivolity to your summer closet. Don’t be afraid to pick and mix your colours. Equally, when it comes to colour blocking head-to-toe lilac or candy floss pink will have you a rocking two of this season’s most talked about trends.
If you’re not quite ready to wear top-to-toe colour, add in one of two items with some crisp clean white or pair them with your trusty designer denim. The perfect summer combo would be a pastel skirt and little white t-shirt or a pair of jean shorts with a mint-choc-chip tank. This colour pallet is one you’ll want to sink your teeth into!
Pale blue totes, candy pink heels; the easiest way to work a bit of pastel into your summer is by investing in some workable accessories. Pick new shoes, summer bags or a pair of designer shades in a mix of your favourite icy tones for a simple and chic way to play with pastels.
All White Everything
Be cool and chic in this summer’s most wearable shade: white.
White’s pure simplicity lends itself to all occasions, come rain or shine, work or play. Read our guide on how to wear white.
It’s time to ditch those grey clouds of spring and dance our way into summer with the help of pretty dresses, crochet tops, and plenty of flamboyant and colourful embellishment - on pretty much anything that can be embellished! Festival fever is upon us and we couldn't be more ready.