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Trending 17 April 2020

Monde’s Guide to Wearing Pastel Shades in Autumn

Who said pastels are just for spring?

With the warm weather well and truly behind us, that doesn't mean we’re turning our attention away from all things pastel-coloured. From soft greens, blues and yellows to lilac and pink, there’s a pastel piece for any wardrobe.


Words By Ruby Staley

Minty Green

Best worn in a silky-satin material, this pale green hue is this season’s pastel underdog. Don’t underestimate the power of a great soft green in a monochromatic outfit, particularly as we head into the festive season. Wear this eye-catching colour in a muted tone in a range of pieces from a slinky Maison Margiela satin maxi dress, Maggie Marilyn puffed shoulder number or a Bec and Bridge mini dress for a more cocktail appropriate look.

Blazé Milano Manipur Metallic Silk-blend Slip Dress, $1,482, Matches Fashion

Lavender Love

Here at Monde, we’ve been going crazy over lavender all season long. From the global fashion week runways to the streets, lilac hues in all shapes and forms have been taking over. We suggest styling up this pastel lavender trend with Harmur’s open-back silk satin halterneck top with Faithfull The Brand’s linen wide-leg pants and ASOS Design’s resin rectangle hair clips for an outfit that is both fun and oozes sophistication.

Innika Choo Alotta Güd Tiered Broderie Anglaise Cotton Maxi Dress, $549.90, Net-A-Porter

Pretty in Pale Pink

Step into summer dressing with blush-toned wardrobe pieces. Some of our favourite brands including ASOS, Alexander Wang, Loewe and BWDLR are taking the heavy lifting out of styling this trend – offering you a variety of pastel pink pieces to mix into your outfits. Pair Missguided’s fun pink utility playsuit with Acne Studios Pink Mustang sunglasses for the ultimate rosy ensemble.

Vince Cashmere Cardigan, $565.95, Net-A-Porter