Pastels in Pershing Square

Pershing Square is one of my favorite parts of Downtown, Los Angeles. I love how in the middle of a busy city there is a beautiful park for dogs, children, and families to go to and hang out at. Pershing square seemed like the perfect place for pastels (I love alliteration if you couldn’t tell!) This outfit that I am wearing is so unique because both of the pieces are from boutique type places!

How to wear pastels this spring

DSC_1277 DSC_1243 DSC_1231 DSC_1221 DSC_1217 DSC_1214 DSC_1203Blouse//Scalloped Skirt//Tory Burch Flats//Rebecca Minkoff Clutch

Photos by: Kelsey Vest

This is one of my new favorite outfits. This scalloped skirt is from a store in the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles called Poketo. I love this store because they have all LA based brands and products. This skirt is by a company called English Factory. There is nothing I love more than a fun skirt in the spring time.

Now it’s time for me to rave about this amazing blouse I am wearing! This blouse is from a company called Korarae and they have some of the most amazing unique high-quality items. This blouse is silk and is so gorgeous. The color of this blouse is called cloud which is like a light blue/perry winkle color. I was using this light blue cloud color as a neutral in this outfit. Wearing light colored pastely colors is a perfect way to add lots of color into your spring outfit while being the vestdressed around.

Pastels are perfection and will be sure to keep you vestdressed this spring.

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  1. I am in love with this outfit, and the photos of it as well. So bright and cheery, especially the ones by the pink columns. The high waist on that skirt is perfect for my post baby bod. Thanks for sharing!

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