Wearing Winter Pastels

Wearing winter pastels is one way to brighten up your darker, jewel-toned fall and winter outfits. I tend to go heavy on the navys, blacks and browns during the colder months, but it’s nice to change it up with some pretty pastels. This baby blue sweater is a refreshing piece that will pair well with your black and navy pieces – like when I wore this same baby blue sweater with black skinny jeans

baby blue waffle-knit sweater / use code NOCROWDS for discount!

gray quilted flippy skirt / now an extra 50% off!

Shoemint heels / (I also got the navy ones!)

c/o Elaine Turner crossbody / also love this one

white Uber clutch c/o Gigi New York

necklace (old) / similar / similar

sunglasses c/o Red Dress Boutique / similar
stone bracelets c/o Mary P. Lamb

photos by Kaela Rodehorst Photography

This gray, quilted skirt from Loft has been such a fun addition to my fall wardrobe, and it’s currently on major sale! The great thing about it is that it’s going to be a great piece to wear in the spring as well, and I plan on maximizing it’s use across both seasons. The same can be said about any winter pastels – they are smart investments because they can be worn now and into early spring when the temperatures are still cool. (This waffle-knit baby blue sweater is also on sale and available in multiple colors!)

I’m dying over these Shoemint triple strap heels – so much so that I also got them in the navy suede. They remind me of the colorblock Schutz Quirada heel but just a portion of the price tag. Which is why it totally made sense to get both colors, right? My necklace is an older one that’s not available anymore, but Baublebar has some amazing statement bib necklaces for the holidays that are very similar!

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