Now let’s talk about pastel tweed jackets for summer. There are plenty of occasions for a woman’s fashion statement this summer and it can be tempting just to wear something casual every day. But if you’re looking for an easy way out, you might want to reconsider that move.
Most of these occasions call for more than just some jeans and a tank top; they require clothing that is appropriate for the occasion and makes a statement about who you are as a woman: professional or personal style. Sure, those days when you can dress down may make it even easier on yourself, but maybe only by depriving yourself of what your wardrobe actually deserves. For example, if you’re going to a business meeting and you’re wearing a business suit (or what passes for one these days), then your attire should reflect that.
How To Wear Pastel Tweed Jackets
This season we embrace the pastel trend. The paler and more feminine shades of blue, white, and pink are perfect for adding a note of softness to an outfit. Wear the pastel-colored tweed jackets with contrasting maxi skirts or jumpsuits. I recently tried this styling combo and I loved it.
The best thing about wearing these colors obviously is that they instantly create a strong contrast between the colours and make your dressy wardrobe pop. However, you could also wear a plain white top under these jackets so that you do not look too loud.
White is always a safe bet when it comes to wearing pastel colours. The pastel tweed jacket looks best when paired with a white shirt, jeans and flats. It is not always that you can pull off all the colors at once and make them look good. You will have to be careful about the way you pair up your outfits.
Wear pastels with more muted colours. The monochromatic combo of grey, black, brown and white looks great together. You can mix and match the colours and styles so that you can wear it on different days. In this case, I have teamed my tweed jacket with a dusty blue top and black leggings.
Pastel clothes are usually bought to look good on pale skin tones. For example, bright yellow looks terrible on fluorescent colors but goes very well on pastel colours like pink or blue.
Don’t forget the accessories! The right accessories can ruin a look so stop short at the seams. Keep your jewelry simple and your bag minimal with a pair of timeless black pumps, classic white sneakers and of course a bee-themed handbag. The tweed jacket is a cool choice for this weekend.