Friday’s Finds … { What’s Trending? Pastels! }

Emily again from A Style Daze! Here are some super pretty pastels that are hot for summer!

Ohhh - I love pastels! With colored skinnies, pretty blouses, and two-toned bags, so many happy colors for your wardrobe!  Hey, you can even add some pastel colors to your home with paint (like the Benjamin Moore Yellow) or the pretty mint-y vase! What I love about this new trend of pretty pastels, you can mix the colors colors without it being over the top crazy (aka you won’t look like a rainbow!) Using some of the pieces above, I created this fab pastel outfit:

 

Whatchya think? I looove those purple jeans - a great, light color (perfect for summer!) The bracelet brings in a ton of fun colors that you can pull in with accessories. The blouse isn’t entirely neutral, it has a tint of orange in it so I paired this with blush colored platform pumps! I want to wear this nowww!


Comment below and then check out my latest Fashion Finds over at A Style Daze! Live great within your home and heart!

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One Response to Friday’s Finds … { What’s Trending? Pastels! }

  1. Frida says:

    I just love the shoes from Charlotte Russe! I am a Swedish interior design blogger and I just find your blog and website, consider yourself bookmarked. (My blog is in Swedish but my iPad-magazine is in English.)
    Have a nice day // Frida

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