It’s no surprise, pastels are back in trend. From lemon, mint, blush pink, baby blue and lilac, pastels are such a beautiful way of embracing colour this year. The Ageless Pastel Collection is here and it is here to stay!
Some people might consider pastel colours as quite boring and bland, but what they don’t know is that these tones really are one of the hottest trends for this year since they are quite versatile and adaptable to any wardrobe with their bright, soft, style the pastels are reflecting a sophisticated summer style.
The colours in the Ageless Pastel Collection can be mixed and matched with pastel colours, as well as neutral tones. No matter, if you are an edgy lass or dapper lad, there are easy ways to make these lighter tones work for you.
If you are a beginner to this trend, then it is a good idea to let your base be neutral. Just like us at Ageless, we know many of you like to wear white and black looks. If you do want to try on pastels, then the best way is to pair them with a neutral colour base.
A fab casual daytime outfit could consist of distressed light blue jeans, the mint or lilac tones, white lace-up slip-ons or white moccasins.
If you want to update your black look then go for black slim jeans, lemon pastels, black flat loafers or high tops.
You could even pair the Ageless Pastel Collection items with crisp white shorts or skirts.
If you are already familiar with this trend and you do want to keep things looking sweet and chic, then why not try a colour-blocking appearance. Try on bright bottoms and a pastel colour top.
Or you can try on two pastel colours, by teaming the Ageless Pastel Collection with matching pastel accessories. You will never be disappointed by that sweet looking result when trying two pastels at the same time.
This trend can make your wardrobe a whole lot lighter and brighter with the Ageless Pastel Collection.
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