Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Alexa Chung, Victoria Beckham, Diane Kruger
If a pastel coat makes for a fabulous topper for your winter + spring outfits, pastel separates will add softness to your chic wardrobe. You can definitely work with any pastel hues and apply the following mix and match principles, the key is cohesiveness. And while you´re at it, make sure you´re having fun.
Head to Toe Tonal
At first glance it looks like you´re wearing a single color that´s close to your skin tone, but hey, look closer and the eye will notice that although you´re sporting a head-to-toe tonal mix, each separate is actually a variation of pink rose. Remember how that hue used to be a huge color trend? It lingers …
Pastel with Smoke-y White
This look is all about pastel blue, something you can wear to the office. Notice how the light blue haze drape top complements the gardenia combo skirt. Add the cement dress pumps and gold blocked handbag and you`re ready to bring the trend to the work place.
Dusty in Mink
I love dusty look just as much as I adore husky voice. Seriously, who can resist this dusty mink tie waist pants paired with an elegant white top? You really need a pair of pointed toe heels for this.
Gold Meets Blush
This one is a re-interpretation of Alexa Chung´s pastel green combo above. As I´ve said, you can pick the idea and ten rework it. So instead of a sweater and skirt, this mix and match features a spaghetti strap camisole in gold partnered with a blush pink pleated midi skirt. The mushroom accessories served well in strengthening the pastel statement.
P.S. The pleated midi skirt continues to be a big trend right now.
Now over to you, girls. What´s your keep safe secret in mixing pastel separates?