Transitions: Pastels Lookbook

This is a lookbook demonstrating how to wear and transition into pastels in the mostly monochromatic winter through to early Spring. Spring Break will be here before you know it, but in the meantime, focus on your style transitions –

One of the best ways to style a pastel color during this season is to feature it as a pop of color to your outfit – making it function as an accessory would. Whereas in the Spring, pastels may be featured with other colors, they’re best worn with neutrals in the winter months.

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Outfit Details:

Turtleneck Top: Forever 21

Blue Blazer: Forever 21

Trousers: White House Black Market

Heels: JcPenney

Bar Belt: Express

Sunglasses: Michael Kors

Bag: Coach

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I adore pink, whether on top or on bottom its a sweet style statement.

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Pink Longline Coat: Forever 21

Black Sweater: Forever 21

Bralette: Urban Outfitters

Leather Skinnies: American Eagle

Heels: Macy’s

 

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For those who like a bit of edginess in their day to day wardrobe, this is your look. Wear it with leather to edge up the look, and a black top to force the attention on the coat and keep the look from getting too busy. A solid black look will keep the look winter appropriate (especially with the leather) and the pink coat will give it an outstanding factor. The peekaboo bralette helps with the edginess and gives the look that little bit of something else.

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Outfit Details:

Cableknit Sweater: Forever 21

Blazer: Forever 21

Pink Trousers: Calvin Klein

Shoes: SheInside

This look is perfect for this inbetween time of year: the sun shines bright but the winds are chilly. Whereas these pants may be better suited as a spring statement, they can still be worn in the winter season paired with an oversized knit as I have shown here. Blazer optional.

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