WiW 7.22 - Not Sure; Pastels in My Life?

I think I had picked up this skirt because it had pockets. I don't usually wear pastels, but I tried to tone it down a wee bit with lighter browns.

I'm not loving this too much. What says YLF?

  • Earrings, Belt: Anthropologie
  • Necklace: Ruche
  • Top, Skirt: H&M
  • Sandals: Clarks
  • Purse: Kate Spade
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7 Comments

  • Dee replied 3 years ago

    It doesn't stand out as much as your usual outfits, but I really like the colors and this look on you. You look professional in a summery way. And the browns work really well.

  • viva replied 3 years ago

    It really looks nice - you've styled it beautifully as always -- but for me, it doesn't have quite the defined voice of what you usually wear. I really love the stronger colors and patterns you are typically drawn to.

  • clearlyclaire replied 3 years ago

    What color is the skirt Lyn? It's coming across kind of khaki on my monitor. What ever color it is, it's not screaming "Easter egg pastel" to me.

  • lyn* replied 3 years ago

    It's Easter egg purple. Maybe I could wear it with navy?

  • E replied 3 years ago

    On my monitor it looks like a muted mauve (hmmm...I love mauve....), so I feel like I can't give you any advice, if it's a brighter pastel purple in real life!

    If you're looking for more colour combo inspiration, I love Design Seeds: you can search by colour & it shows all these lovely palettes.

  • Alassë replied 3 years ago

    I agree, summer professional, but it looks better w/o the cardigan to me. I think the top's colour looks better with your complexion than the matching cardigan is why.

  • Aida replied 3 years ago

    I think it's lovely! It doesn't read as pastel to me, more muted/dusty. I MUCH prefer it without the cardigan. Perhaps try with a more cheerfully colored topper so you've got more pep in the look? Cheerful brights can actually pair quite nicely with pastels. Think mint+tomato red, or blush+bright orange, or lilac+cobalt. Btw, the browns are a great leather accent for the skirt.

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