Color Crush: Powder Blue

In the past, pastels were strictly spring colors.  When the flowers started to bloom, it was customary to dress up in light pinks and blues and look like an Easter egg.  In my opinion, pastels had a bad rap until they became trendy to wear them all year round.  Now, soft pastels are a chic way to bring color into your cold weather wardrobe.  The best way to achieve a polished outfit is to add pops or your favorite hue to your basics.  Right now, I am playing with powder blue.  There is something comforting about wearing powder blue that makes us feel warm and cozy while we wait for winter to end.  It is also a great transitional color for those weird weather days when you just don’t know what to wear.  If you’re in need of styling tips, powder blue looks great with white, brown, orange, and grey.  So the next time you go shopping, keep an eye out for the perfect powder blue piece for you. In the meantime, check out these picks below to give you a push in the right direction.

Powder Blue

1. Jigsaw – Color Block Sweater | 2. Club Monaco – Colleen Cashmere Hat | 3.Rebecca Minkoff – M.A.B. Mini Tote | 4.  BaubleBar – Sky Rocket Earrings | 5. COS – Contrast Shirt Dress | 6. Dorothy Perkins – Leather Jacket | 7. Zara – Suede Cowboy Boots

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2 responses

    • Thank you! Isn’t it a great color? I love that pastels are getting a better reputation now that they are more of a all-year-round staple! I have been a fan of blush for awhile now, but powder blue has been on my radar lately.

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