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5 Under $50: Pretty Pastels

Spring 2013 Fashion Trend: Pretty Pastels

Some things in fashion require a leap of faith - like wearing neon at the office or wearing mixed prints head-to-toe. But pastel hues for spring? Total no brainer. Here are 5 pretty pastel picks under $50 that I'm loving right now:



  1. Joe Fresh Aqua Blouse, $39: This 100% silk shirt comes in girly hues like aqua, pink and pale yellow, while the classic buttoned up shape lends an air of sophistication.


  2. Kardashian Kollection Mint Jeans, $29.99 (down from $68): Everyone needs this irresistible shade of mint green denim in their closet. Try code SAVENOW! to get an extra 15% off through April 1, 2013.


  3. Candy Bubbles Earrings, $15: These lilac baubles are exactly what the name suggests: Candy for your ears! The simple shape has a chic retro vibe, too, that's so on-trend for 2013.


  4. "Pinking of You" Bag, $34: From new-to-me boutique Harmony Belle comes this delicious pale-coral crossbody-bag that will add a subtle pop of color to your spring wardrobe.


  5. Payless "Jordyn" T-Strap Pumps, $26.99: These ladylike heels will be easy to pair with skirts, dresses and ankle pants for spring. The tough part will be choosing between yellow, mint or pink.

Comments
Love those mint jeans and I can't believe those shoes are Payless.. amazing!!

Kayla
www.lovelucygirl.com
#1 Kayla (Homepage) on 2013-04-01 09:15 (Reply)
i like that bag! pastels are so versatile.
#2 theboreofcomfort (Homepage) on 2013-04-01 10:39 (Reply)
I really need to get to Payless more - those are super cute!

Tracy
www.TracysNotebookofStyle.com
#3 Tracy (Homepage) on 2013-04-01 12:06 (Reply)
As soon as I read that the blouse was actual silk, I knew I had to check it out. I ended up getting it in pink, very nice piece for the price!
#4 ajdematteo on 2013-04-03 08:40 (Reply)
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