Sugarplum Pastels for Winter

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Generally, the chillier months of the year invoke a desire to deck yourself out in earthy shades or rich jewel tones. And I admit, I often gravitate towards colors such as bordeaux, burnt orange, and brown when the temperatures begin to drop. However, my heart always remains with the pastels of warm days past. As a a very girly girl who wears very little black, winter can often be disheartening when it comes to fashion. That is . . . until the past couple of years.

Many of you may have noticed the abundance of “winter pastels” that are available at your local mall. It all began with the insurgence of the “winter white” trend in 2014 that kicked to the curb the old rule about wearing white after Labor Day. And it didn’t take pastels long to follow. And in many ways, it makes sense. White and pale blue are colors that come to mind when you think of ice and snow – while pale pink invokes images of sugarplums and a wintry twilight sky glinting off a freshly fallen snowfall. And these colors look almost ethereal against a winter backdrop. So why let the seasons dictate what colors are acceptable? Go ahead and wear all of these pretty, feminine hues, and look like the chicest snow fairy while doing so!

Continue below for inspiration and some of my favorite pastel winter pieces:

pink-coatpeacoat

 GUESS Double Breasted Bouclé Cutaway Coat

 

 

hat  H&M Cable-knit Hatpastels

earmuffs

Betsey Johnson Pearl Faux-Fur Earmuffs 

 

treschicmint3Hot Topic Mint Fuzzy Sweater

sweaterH&M Textured-knit Sweater

jacket   pastel-look

Forever 21 Quilted Satin Bomber Jacket

scarf

Target Women’s Romance Eternity Scarf

And there you have it: hyper-feminine winter easter eggs! haha But in all seriousness I hope you gained some inspiration on how to style pastels – from quirky to chic – during the wintertime. 🙂

Stay trendy,

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