Pastel-mania. Pack a pretty punch with our favourite pastel picks

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Fashion’s love affair with pastels is still going strong, adorning everything and anything in our fantasy wardrobes – even tailored classics and structured silhouettes can’t escape the pastel takeover! So let’s bring a dash of sweet structure to your life with our top pastel pieces. Banish black and say hello to the new-season sherbet shades.
Tailored shorts Aqua

The key message hot off the runways was to wear pastels top to toe and tonal, with a splash of metallic. This styling technique works well on slick suiting, especially short suits.

 
Gold cluster gem necklace

Introduce pastels via statement pieces of jewellery. This gem-embellished collar necklace will rock under the collar of a white shirt for work or play.

 
Twill biker jacket

For a relaxed style with an element of structure invest in this season’s trophy jacket – the biker. Zip up with a full skater skirt and pencil-point heels for a feminine take on biker chic. 

 
Tartan midi skirt

Check into the new-season colour palette with this pastel tartan midi skirt. Wear with a white cropped top and chunky heels for a grunge-rella style note.

 
Mint green textured asymmetric dress

Pastels can be surprisingly flattering especially on form-fitting pencil dresses. Add a contrast belt to break up the block colour and define your waist.

 
Studded tassel clutch bag

Inject a splash of colour with a super-sized clutch. A hit of coral will lift a pale ensemble and add a vibrant finishing touch. Keep an eye out for tassels to check two trends in one.

 
Wide leg trouser

Dreamy, painterly prints featuring sorbet shades reboot 70s-style palazzo pants. Pare down these billowing trews with a slim-fit top and team with stack heels to elongate your pins.

 
Pink patent lace up brogues

Do it like a dude and dilute the whimsical colour palette with a pair of mannish brogues. The tomboy aesthetic toughens up the look, while the blush colour saves its girly appeal.

 
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