Pastel colours usually come out in force when the sun shines and the spring months become the epicentre of this colour trend. The street style surrenders to these such soft, feminine and flattering shades which you can wear both day and night.
Baby blue, pale pink or pastel yellow are some of the most popular colours of the last seasons but this 2020 has a clear protagonist: the color lavender. Many star brands, like Zara for example, have already surrendered to the power of this beautiful color and have presented several garments bathed in this tone to celebrate the arrival of the new season.
We go one step further this time to present a series of lavender-dyed designs ranging from cardigans to bags to dresses and shirts. So, whatever your favorite garment is, you’ll find a model to follow this trend with little effort (and become a trendy girl this spring).
Take note of the garments we have found on websites such as Asos and El Corte Inglés and decide if this is the best fit for you this spring.
The jackets are garments that we will give great use to during the first days of spring or for those days that are colder. Outerwear in this shade combines brilliantly with white pieces and jeans in different washes.
Extra large jacket in lilac lamb fabric by ASOS DESIGN. 61.99 euros.
Extra large lilac lamb jacket by ASOS DESIGN
Jacket with belt and synthetic leather buttons in lilac by ASOS DESIGN Petite. 61.99 euros.
Jacket with belt and synthetic leather buttons in lilac by ASOS DESIGN Petite
Without a doubt, the star garment of the season is the cardigans. It doesn’t matter if you prefer them in solid color or bathed in a print, knitwear jackets are practical and useful to show off all day long. If you also want to add a trendy shade to your next cardigan, you can bet on lavender.
Cardigan with lilac panels and puffed sleeves from & Other Stories in Asos. 98 euros.
Cardigan with lilac panels and puffed sleeves from & Other Stories
Lavender knitted sweater
Another piece of clothing that’s a lot to talk about with knitted sweaters. Season after season they are reborn and this year they do it in oversized. In spring you can wear them in lavender with a tank top, a cut-off jean slim and a pair of white sneakers.
Knitted sweater with lilac sleeve detail from Selected Femme en Asos. 44.49 euros.
Knitted sweater with Selected Femme lilac sleeve detail
Extra large sweater in lilac colour block design by PrettyLittleThing in Asos. 26.99 euros.
Extra large sweater in lilac colour block design by PrettyLittleThing
Lavender shirts and blouses
The most formal garments in our wardrobe are also dyed in this springtime colour. Try at combine them with a black pant for the evening or with a midi skirt in a different pastel shade for the day.
Extra large lilac shirt from Monki in Asos. 27.99 euros.
Extra large lilac shirt by Monki
Round neck satin top with adjustable lace at the waist in lilac by NA-KD in Asos. 38.99 euros.
Round neck satin top with adjustable lace at the waist in lilac by NA-KD
Our favorite spring and summer clothes are easy to wear if you want to bet on the color lavender. Besides, favour both fair and tanned skin and they are designs that can be worn to the office or for an informal event.
Midi lilac dress with ribbon at the waist from Weekday in Asos. 40.99 euros.
Midi lilac dress with ribbon at the waist from Weekday
Midi dress with lilac crossover design from Warehouse in Asos. 60.99 euros.
Warehouse lilac crossover midi dress
Lavender colored bags
Accessories are the essential pieces if you want to join a colour trend in a more discreet way. This way, coloured bags are more timeless than they look and you can add them as a touch of colour to accompany a total black or as star accessories for monochromatic styles (so fashionable this season).
Michael Kors Carmen leather shoulder bag with decorative strips at El Corte Inglés. 365 euros.
Michael Kors Carmen leather shoulder bag with decorative strips
Valentino shoulder bag in lilac with two medium handles. 129 euros.
Valentino shoulder bag in lilac with two medium handles
Photos | Asos, El Corte Inglés, @juliannawilde