Here's why spring's soft tones do not have to mean soppy designs

The High Street is full of pastel-coloured pieces – but  their soft tones do not have to mean  soppy designs.

Wear the trend the chic and fuss-free  way, by  choosing tailored shapes and simple designs. Here, fashion editor GABRIELE DIRVANAUSKAS shows you how to wear this season’s candy colours without getting a toothache.


Hair and make-up by Bella Jones using products by Unite hair care and Bobbi Brown


  • Grey duster coat, £69, Topshop – buy now
  • Grey shirt, £8, Primark
  • Lilac trousers, £39.99, Zara  – buy now
  • Heels,  £29.50, M&S
  • Bag,  £15.99, New Look – buy now

  • Check coat, £69.99, Zara – buy now
  • Jeans, £36, Miss Selfridge

  • Pink denim dress, £49, Topshop – buy now
  • Earrings, £20,  A Weathered Penny – buy now

  • Trench coat, £89, M&S – buy now
  • Pink blazer, £55, and trousers, £32, both Topshop – buy now
  • Socks, £3, asos.com – buy now
  • White loafers, £22.99, New Look – buy now

  • Cream T-shirt, £29.50, M&S – buy now
  • Skirt, £29.99, and sunglasses, £15.99, both Zara – buy now
  • Shoes, £64, Office – buy now

  • White shirt, £15.99, New Look – buy now
  • Sunglasses, £7.99, New Look 
  • Blue trousers, £59, Topshop – buy now
  • Pink mules, £69.99,  Zara – buy now

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