Revolutionary: Lilac in Spring

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I’m sure that everyone’s used to seeing pastels in Spring. I know, I’m sick of them too. But I can’t seem to shake off my love for the color lilac. This last New York Fashion Week in particular I saw lilac everywhere. The popular blogger, Aimee Song wore a full head to toe lilac ensemble, which I thought was absolutely fabulous. From the runways of Victoria Beckham to Tom Ford and Tibi and my favorite Cinq à Sept, lilac was practically the it color of the season.

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Victoria Beckham and Tom Ford Spring 2018 Ready-To-Wear
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Tibi and Cinq à Sept Spring 2018 Ready-To-Wear

Since this is my all time favorite color and for the last few years the trend died out, naturally, I decided to give it a try myself. I eagerly pulled out my favorite structured and ultra feminine top from Asos. It is just so flattering and soft, while also really comfortable and cool (similar here).

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I paired the top with one the probably comfiest jeans in the world from Free People(similar here).I love how cropped they are and how light the wash is, which makes them perfect for the warmer months to come.

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Then I added my all time favorite Marie Antoinette-Esque mules which are hard to believe from Zara! Unfortunately, they sold out fast, but I could find a pair on Tradesy.

And as for my accessories, I wore my favorite HandM long rhinestone earrings (similar here). And my most worn sunglasses from Kate Spade. Cat eye sunnies are super on trend right now and these can really bring that chicness to every outfit you wear. And lastly, which I think is probably my favorite part of the outfit, I added this beautiful little ball clutch bag, which is believe it or not everywhere right now, from the runways of Chanel to Dolce and Gabbana. I got mine at a small boutique, but I found many alternatives here.

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Maybe you’ll give the trend a try yourself? Thanks for reading!

XO Ana

 

 

 

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