Time to Try Lavender Dresses! Lavender Suit! And Lavender Tops!
Ultra Violet was declared by the color experts at Pantone the color of the year for 2018. And purple indeed saw a resurgence in popularity in 2019 and 2020. However, it’s in 2021 that we have seen purple at peak levels, especially the soft shades of lavender. Today, l will introduce how to rock different lavender pieces in style. Let’s check it out!
1. Lavender Dresses
Lavender is such a soft and naturally ethereal color, so it pairs well with flowy fabrics and creates an effortless romantic vibe. Due to their romantic quality, lavender dresses have been a staple of bridesmaids’ style for years; however, they are often relegated to spring weddings. We think this color can be rocked stylishly year-round, especially when paired with bold accent colors. But don’t be afraid to rock lavender dresses outside the wedding circuit! Head to toe pastels make for a bold statement on their own and look extra chic at any black-tie affair.
2. Lavender Suits
The most popular lavender style piece this year is a lavender suit, without a doubt. We can see it everywhere even though it is still summer. If you have no idea which lavender product to purchase, this should be your first choice. Most commonly seen as an oversized suit jacket paired with other separates, we love the idea of a tailored lavender power suit.
3. Lavender and White
You can never go wrong with crisp white when trying to pair a statement color like lavender. Whenever pairing white bottoms with a lavender top or a fully white ensemble with lavender accent pieces, this look is effortlessly stylish.
4. Lavender and Other Pastels
If you’re already totally owning this lavender trend then take your style skills up a notch by pairing your lavender pieces with other pastels. Head to toe pastels have been a trend for a few years now but they often stick to the safer concept of matching pastels. We say be bold and mix and match different pastels for a fun and flirty look! Powder-blue, mint green, sakura pink and light yellow are hot choices, or you can just separate them and use a large area of white as a transition.
That’s today’s introduction of lavender clothing. How do you plan to rock this trend? Tell me in the comments below!