Posts Tagged ‘pastels’

Fashion Jobs – Soft Pastels for Fall

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Style Nine to Five - Fashion JobsPastels and neon - How to

Pastels - How to“You should only wear pastels in the spring,” said no one ever. Pastel hues add life to your wardrobe and they make for some super delicate and feminine pieces to incorporate into your daily routine. Contrast them with neutral shades for a pop of color and -if you’re feeling extra daring-throw on a pair of neon pumps to spice it up. I love the color-block effect and combining a few colours that complement one another (it’s more fun). For example, a soft pink pull-over and a pair of comfy spearmint jeans. Here are a few looks to get you started!

Pastels Collage - How to

Look #1
Vero Moda tailored blazer, $63
Loro Piana trousers, $832, available at MYTHERESA
Manolo Blahnik pumps, $595, available at BERGDORFGOODMAN
CÉLINE Bag, $2,461, available at FASHIONPHILE

Look #2
Uniqlo trench coat, $100
LIU•JO yellow pants, $75, available at YOOX
H&M  leather belt, $21
Chloé pink purse, $760, available at FARFETCH

Look #3
Jumper top, $26, available at SELECTFASHION
Elliott, mint jeans, $210, available at STYLEBOP
Statement necklace, $28, available at BENEVOLENTJEWELS
Chanel Bag, $3,715, available at FASHIONPHILE

Style Inspiration: Harper’s Bazaar, Lookbook

By: Rubi Samano, writer of styleonpoint, Vancouver

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Montreal Fashion Jobs – Pretty in Pastels

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

There is nothing more refreshing than pastels in the spring time. The two almost seem to go hand in hand with one another. 2013 has proven itself to be the year of ultra-fem clothing. Everything from florals to lace and pastels have been coming out of the woodwork and sneaking into our wardrobes. Luckily for us, pastel clothing works with virtually every skin tone and has been seen on almost every runway for the Spring/Summer season. Another great thing about pastels is that you can easily mix and match for a soft colour blocking effect. Try pairing some skinny jeans in a light hue with a pastel top then mix in different shades with your accessories; you’ll be rocking springs freshest trend in no time.

1. Style Inspiration: Christian Siriano Spring/Summer 2013 Collection, image courtesy of MTV style
2. Style Inspiration: Alice McCall Spring/Summer 2013 Collection, image courtesy of Living Like Annie-Blog
3. Style Inspiration Talulah Spring/Summer 2013 Collection, image courtesy of Living Like Annie- Blog
4. Style Inspiration: Nicola Finetti Resort 2013, image courtesy of Nicola Finetti
5. Style Inspiration: Chloe comme Parris Spring/Summer 2013, image courtesy of Chloe comme Parris
6. Style Inspiration: Chloe comme Parris Spring/Summer 2013, image courtesy of Chloe comme Parris

By: Layan Barakat, Toronto

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Montreal Fashion Jobs – The Sweet Notes

Friday, February 24th, 2012

 

This season the hottest hues are pure pretty, straight-off-the-runways wonderful. C’est sorbet, s’il vous plait! Crisp yellows, soft greens, bright blues, delicate peaches and perfect pinks, Spring style has never before been so delicious. Ideal for your versatile warm weather wardrobe, fresh, flattering sorbet hues are stunning accents for your neutrals, yet they mix-and-match flawlessly with one another for a flirty, feminine look. Need further convincing? Sorbet tones have long been the signature colors for some of history’s most prominent fashion icons – think Jackie O., Princess Diana and now… you! How sweet it is.

1. Parker Ruffle Side Dress, $205, available at Shopbop 

2. Tibi Tapered Silk-Crepe Pants, $350 US, available at Net-a-Porter

3. Tommy Hilfiger Paisley Print Button Front Shirt, $88 US

4. BCBG MaxAzria Brynn Studded Tote, $298 US

5. J.Crew Lia Mid-Heel Sandals, $276 US

6. H&M Blazer, $70

7. Burberry 38mm Rose Gold-Plated Watch, $620

8. Jacob Leather Belt, $35

By: Elizabeth Pryde, Vancouver

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