Flipping through fashion magazines, blogs and going through all my holy bibles of fashion, I read an interesting article on Spring/Summer 2014 colour scheme on Porter magazine. Pastel pink is going to be a big thing this season and I have been trying to hunt for some inspiration on how one can nail this colour this season. My female friends occasionally like to ask me for my opinions on the upcoming trend for the next season so I am glad to tell them – Pastel Pink is the new black this Spring/Summer 2014! With the warming days coming to Australia and understanding the local temperature, I have found some inspiration for this season and I cannot wait to share with everyone. Best of all, I found them all on LnA which will not break your wallet even if you shop for all the following six outfits!
This outfit is perhaps one of my favourite pick from LnA. Casual, fashionable and versatile. It is such a beautiful dress for university and even when you go shopping with your mates. Simply strap on a handbag and you are all set to hit the street.
Pastel pink and light grey can be another good colour combination for Spring/Summer 2014! Pair it up with a pair of high heels and you are all set for casual outings.
Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart! Yes you lucky people who enjoys a not-so-extreme summer (more than 38C) like Perth, matching a light pink or white sweater with a salmon pink chinos is a good move this season. At night when the mercury level drops, this outfit can help you to stay warm.
Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Darwin – plenty of sunshine and the beach. These three outfits are perhaps the best for the local climate. Baggy, loose and comfortable – they can help you to stay cool throughout the warmer days and beautiful outfit to be in when you are not heading the beach. Pair it up with a pair of sheds, these outfits will help you look fabulous, fashionable and gorgeous with minimal outfit.
What do you think of these six pieces from LnA Spring 2014 collection? I personally like them so much not only they bring out the positive bright vibes of spring but pastel pink gives a touch of feminism to her.