Pastels are very hot for Spring/Summer 2010! Baby blues,
lilacs, light pinks and pale aquas are all over the runways. (Don’t forget
about our Pantone reports on two beautiful pastels: Pink Champagne and
The key to this trend is incorporating small amounts of
pastels into your wardrobe. Going overboard on will make you look like you
stepped out of a baby’s boutique! Instead, try adding small amounts of pastels
into your daily outfits, like a pale pink lip, a light bow in your hair or a
pastel pair of sandals. Once you feel comfortable with that, work your way up
to one major pastel piece like a dress or jacket! Pastels look gorgeous with
muted neutrals like tan, gray or cream.
Check out Elie Saab or Chanel's couture collections for some gorgeous inspiration!
1) Soaring Pistachio Platforms – $218 – Anthropologie; 2) POP Lip Pastel – £12.00 – Asos; 3) Vintage Mohair
– $124 – Tigerluxe; 4) Brosew Wallet – $40 – Steve
Madden; 5) The Mary Alice
– $59.99 – ModCloth; 6) Hint of Mint
– $14.99 – ModCloth; 7) Cut-out Ruffle
– $68 – Victoria’s Secret; 8) Soft Green Crown – $28 –
GardensofWhimsy; 9) Easter Island Jeans $145 – MekDenim.com for stores
Shoes not bluesOctober 20, 2010There’s something aileernngdy 18th century about these. I love them and want them, but can’t for the life of me think of when or where I’d wear them. Maybe I could just stick them on a shelf and call them objets d’art?