SWEETEN up your wardrobe with a sprinkling of sorbet shades this spring.
The High Street is full of pastel-coloured pieces – but their soft tones do not have to mean soppy designs.
Getty – Contributor The High Street is full of pastel-coloured pieces – but their soft tones do not have to mean soppy designs.
Wear the trend the chic and fuss-free way, by choosing tailored shapes and simple designs. Here, fashion editor GABRIELE DIRVANAUSKAS shows you how to wear this season’s candy colours without getting a toothache.
Hair and make-up by Bella Jones using products by Unite hair care and Bobbi Brown
The Sun Tip: Lilac is THE colour of the season. Wearing it with grey pieces will complement the sugary shade
- Grey duster coat, £69, Topshop – buy now
- Grey shirt, £8, Primark
- Lilac trousers, £39.99, Zara – buy now
- Heels, £29.50, M&S
- Bag, £15.99, New Look – buy now
The Sun Tip: The classic check pattern has had a makeover. This jacket is an easy summer cover-up for the not-so-great British weather
- Check coat, £69.99, Zara – buy now
- Jeans, £36, Miss Selfridge
The Sun Tip: A simple summer dress that you can throw on and go will become your wardrobe staple. We love this pale pink style from Topshop
- Pink denim dress, £49, Topshop – buy now
- Earrings, £20, A Weathered Penny – buy now
The Sun Tip: Suit up and look smart, or casual, with this pale pink two-piece. Dress down with trainers or make it office-appropriate by teaming with heels
- Trench coat, £89, M&S – buy now
- Pink blazer, £55, and trousers, £32, both Topshop – buy now
- Socks, £3, asos.com – buy now
- White loafers, £22.99, New Look – buy now
The Sun Tip: Vanilla doesn’t have to be boring. Wear pale shades top-to-toe for a classic look – just stay away from any colourful foods
- Cream T-shirt, £29.50, M&S – buy now
- Skirt, £29.99, and sunglasses, £15.99, both Zara – buy now
- Shoes, £64, Office – buy now