Fashion, Women's fashion

Summer Pastels Ft. Polago Clothing

It’s summer time! What better than pastels to add some warm and summery vibes to your wardrobe. Here are a couple of pastel looks featuring Polago Clothing. Keep reading.

Both the looks are simple yet significant with details. The first tailored fit look features a tie up bow in the front, whereas the second features a flowy dress with a deep neck. Before we get into talking about the looks. Here are a few pointers to keep in mind while dressing for summer.

  • Dress in light colors
  • Don’t layer your Outfit too much
  • Opt for Neutrals or Pastel Shades
  • Keep your makeup light and dewy

Dusty Rose Flowy Dress

This outfit is a perfect summer-spring look. It is a flowy dress with a gathered draw string just below the bust. The sleeves are bell shaped and flowy mimicking the fall of the dress entirely. I styled the outfit with a suede overcoat. Teamed the look with a pair of rose gold pumps and jewelry.

2-Piece Striped Coordinate

The next look is a rather tailored one as opposed to the first look. In this look, I am wearing a striped coordinate set in pastel blue. It has a tie up detail in the front with buttons. I paired the look with a sleeveless tailored blazer. To accessorize the look, I added a pair of Navy stilettos and rose gold jewelry.

Lastly, remember that the only thing that can add character and style to any outfit is how you style it. The styling plays a major role in making your look stand out from the rest. Even if someone else has the same outfit, the way you style it can make it look completely different and stylish! Don’t let summer keep you from layering your outfit. As long as you do it right and carry it with attitude, you will pull it off.

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