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Fashionista NOW: Sweet Pastel Jewelry Trend Fashion Inspiration

Sweet Pastel Jewelry Trend Fashion Inspiration

Consider accenting with pops of pastel colors via the jewelry department this season. Find our pastelicious jewelry list, quick!

Pastel colors are starting to sprout from the collective wardrobes of celebs, street style fashion bloggers and even your fashion-savvy grandma’s obsessed. Eggs too are getting a makeover in anticipation for Easter with the latest trick in transforming your boring eggshell-colored eggs into sweet candy-hued pastels is by using nail polishes.

Pantone’s spring 2015 color report reveals that custard, tangerine, strawberry ice, toasted almond, lucite green, scuba blue and aquamarine are in for the season amongst other selected colors which can all be utilized in their pastel forms. Dusty, powdery and barely-there, you may opt to wear any pastel colors of your liking within a single outfit or mix them up with other neutrals or go for an even subtler interpretation accenting with pops of pastel via the jewelry department.

To help you get started, find the pastelicious jewelry list below and get inspired:


gingerandjudy | 80s vintage heart triangle pastel earrings ← SHOP HERE


LivEveryDay | adjustable pastel mint green bracelet ← SHOP HERE


SinonaDesign | boho crochet beaded pastel necklace ← SHOP HERE


lucie0ellen | bunting triangle pastel necklace ← SHOP HERE


PetiteCo | minimalist dainty pastel gold bracelet ← SHOP HERE


Brukne | pastel teardrop stud earrings ← SHOP HERE


shlomitofir | wooden pastel polygon necklace ← SHOP HERE

So, what do you think of the pastel jewelry trend? Any favorite(s) so far? Do you see yourself wearing any pastel bling? Share your thoughts below; you know I enjoy reading them!

“Fashion is not just about trends. It’s about political history. You can trace it from the ancient Romans to probably until the ’80s, and you can see defining moments that were due either to revolutions or changes in politics.”Daphne Guinness

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