Non-Cliché Ways to Wear Pastel for Spring


Layer a powder blue trench over a bubble-gum pink turtleneck for a duo-color look. Pair it with raw-edged, wide-leg cropped denim and a dainty quilted bag.

 

Go for athleisure luxe with a dusty blue sweater and jogger combo. Toughen up the look with bejeweled sunglasses and a buckled boot.

A chic way to do tailoring is to pair a boxy boy blazer with tie-dye trousers with ruffle detailing.

Business up top, party at the bottom. Wear a melon-hued peaked lapel blazer with a floaty handkerchief hem maxi skirt that lends a feminine appeal to the look.

Use complementary tones to style pastels. Wear a grape-colored blazer and matching boots with a pink pleated maxi dress.

Freshen up a classic tweed suit by with an unexpected color and a relaxed fit. Style it with a neutral roll neck top, cap toe suede boots and a chic bucket bag.

Do double denim in an interesting way by pairing salmon-colored jeans with a classic two-toned denim jacket.

 

Go all out with leather and team a pink midi skirt with a black button-down and a fiery red bomber jacket. Keep the look interesting and accessorize with a quirky bag and a velvet heels.

Feel a bit more dainty with a sheer pink pussy bow top worn with cuffed jeans and pretty ballerina flats. 

If you’re feeling a bit more fierce, opt for a leopard-print maxi dress and a puffer jacket in a sherbet shade. Complement the look by accessorizing with more animal print.

Get a little more cozy and tuck a powder blue funnel-neck sweater into high-waisted striped jeans. Style it with a surprising pop of floral-printed boots.

For a bit of a sporty vibe, pick out a mint-colored blazer and wear it with white cycling shorts and your trusty pair of chunky sneakers.

Borrow from the boys and wear an oversized, two-toned button-down with a pair of blush wide-leg pants.

Opt for light layers and experiment by wearing sheer dresses of different lengths for an interesting take on the trend.

Play with proportions with a pair of yellow pleated trousers with a voluminous crinkled top. Style it with a zebra print belt and dark floral mules.

Can’t decide on one shade of pastel? Why not have them all and opt for an ombre suit. Keep the accessories classic with a bucket bag and two-toned cap toe boots.

Offset a mint green structured midi dress with a bold pair of hot pink mules and a statement fringe bag.

Pair a lemon yellow cable knit sweater with color-coordinating wide-leg pants and accessorize with a powder blue satchel.

Change things up and pick out denim pieces in pastel tones. A pink denim jacket complements a pair of acid-wash jeans while giving an interesting silhouette.

Accessorize a pleated lavender maxi skirt with a pair of statement silver ankle boots and a muted gold croc effect sling bag.

Spring is the perfect time to change up your wardrobe. This season, channel your inner Marie Antionette and inject pastel shades to your color palette. Paris street style offers up a modern way to wear candy-colored hues. These style stars offer saccharine inspiration for your spring wardrobe without being trite.

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