6 Ways to Embrace Lavender!

This spring pastel colours, once again, will be warming up our hearts. And, there is a colour trend that will get everyone’s attention —including mine. Not an item but a colour — lavender.

 

As a fashion-obsessed woman in her 20s I don’t necessarily shop what the designers say is in. Like many, I take it with a pinch of salt. But, lavender is one trend that I’ll happily follow. As a self-confessed dark colour junkie, I’m tempted to throw away my black skinny jeans and dark knitwear away and start testing if this trend is wearable, workable AND fashionable on the everyday women i.e. me.

 

Ok, maybe I’m not quite ready to go to the light side full-time just yet but there are a few pieces I’ll happily use to break up my black wardrobe.  With that said, I’ve put together my favourite lavender pieces — from high street to high end — which piece by piece are  making their way into my wardrobe…

 

Whatever your budget or style there’s something for everyone with this trend. Whether you’re game to try a full outfit or take it slow with the odd accessory (or even makeup item) be bold, and love your choices…

 

Shop the lavender trend

Lilac Ruffle Pearl Hem Cigarette Trousers, £40.00 RIVER ISLAND riverisland.com

 

Mini bag, £60.00 GRAFEA at thehut.co.uk

 

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Kent duchesse-satin wide-leg pants, £385.00 J.CREW at net-a-porter.com

Textured lame sandals, £460.00  ALEXANDRE BIRMAN at net-a-porter.com

Zip Up Velvet Biker Jacket, £30.35 Zaful zaful.com

Pointed toe suede flats, £39.00 Yoins yoins.com

 

 

Post Author: Casey Milano

Casey Milano
“People who don't like fashion obviously don’t know where to shop." This is my mantra and I want to spread the word! I want to help women feel great in their clothes and see fashion as an open door to self expression and confidence. I’ve loved fashion and how it makes me feel since a child, changing a plain school uniform dress to a personal, unique piece of clothing has stuck with me to this day. With a past in Beauty Therapy and currently working in fashion retail and freelance writing, I’m on a personal journey discovering how fashion is truly entwined in our everyday lives and love that I might be relatable to readers who feel the same.

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