Outfits Under $100: Spring Pastels

Three pastel-perfect looks for spring!

Temperatures are rising and flowers are blooming all around. It is the season of spring — which means a return of pastel tones in fashion. And we couldn’t be more excited. (I mean, have you seen our Insta? Pastels are our thing.)

Here are three ways you can incorporate this spring trend into your daily look. 

Look 1 – $66.44

Products: Dress – H&M, Top – Walmart, Shoes – Charlotte Russe, Nail polish – Target, Sunglasses – Forever 21

Light pink is the quintessential spring pastel color, reminiscent of the flowers that bloom in this season. 

For this look, I styled a wrap dress with a white top, nude lace-up sandals, cat-eye sunglasses, and pastel-blue nail polish for an outfit that is perfect to wear to a picnic at the park. 

Look 2 – $99.88

Products: Top – H&M, Shorts – Victoria Beckham for Target, Shoes – Charlotte Russe, Earrings – Forever 21

Lace and pastels pair wonderfully together, giving off a sweet, girly vibe. This look is more dressy than the previous one, but it’s still light and playful, thanks to the soft colors. 

To create this outfit, I took an off-the-shoulder blouse and styled it with mint-green lace shorts, nude wedges, and drop earrings. 

Look 3 – $98.84

Products: Kimono – Forever 21, Top – PACSUN, Shorts – H&M, Shoes – Old Navy, Earrings – Charlotte Russe 

Sky blue is another pastel tone you can rock for spring and summer. I found this kimono (to mix in another spring trend) which is light, airy, and perfect to wear in this weather. 

Not sure how to style a kimono? I styled this one with a blush-pink halter top, white denim shorts, heeled sandals, and flower ear cuffs for a cool, spring festival look

What Do You Think? 

Which outfit do you like the best? What pastel color is your favorite? Leave your comments down below! 

Source: #Fashionblogger #fashiontrends

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