Pastels are on trend more than ever right now. I’ve haven’t entirely let go of pastels so when they eventually come back around, I’m fully prepared. I’ve stocked up over the years so I have plenty of light pink and baby blue to spare. I’ve preached my love for the light wash combo of colors time and time again. We all know that if I could paint my own world it would be in pastels, obviously. When I saw this brushstroke top online, my heart skipped a beat. It was made for me. I know I’ll be rocking this top all spring and summer long. I hope more stores embrace this brushstroke/painter vibe because it has “Karissa” written all over it. I dive into all sorts of fashion adventures but after awhile I get bored and move on. I move my gently loved clothing to the back of my closet to only find myself reaching for it months or even years later when they come back alive in the fashion world. Not with pastels. Nope. Never. I keep these babies in the front row. Everyone has a color or a collections of colors that they love to buy and feel good in. Mine are pastels. I’ll tell ya, I sometimes feel prettier in pastels than I do in a ball gown. Their just my thing and I love it. LOVE IT.
For those that aren’t really involved or haven’t emerged themselves into fashion, maybe it’s just because you haven’t fallen for or allowed yourself to fall for your color or your trend. Wanna know how to find the best trend that works for you? You have to try them all out. DUH. Trial and error ladies. It takes stepping out of your comfort zone and emerging yourself into trends that come and go. Start with a top or an accessory. Then once your feel some sort of connection, you move to pants. It may take time to find your “thing” or your place in the world but you’ll get there. You won’t get there by going to same old clothing stores or searching the same old online shops. Try searching something different and starting new.
That’s what spring is all about.
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How do you style your hair? It always looks great! I’m having a hard time adjusting to my newer shorter length (from waist long hair) as I searching for new ways to style it. Thanks!
Girl, please give me some suggestions for a site to find sandals like those. You wear them with everything and they are to die for. I’m only 5’3″, and I have to say it’s quite inspiring to see you dress so well and never, ever look short.