I've Discovered the Trick to Easing Yourself Into the Pastel Suits Trend

Trainers come in handy for many reasons. The first being that they're one of the most comfortable pairs of shoes to wear when you're walking around. But thanks to them being loved by the fashion crowd, I've discovered a new way to do one particularly difficult trend. The pastel suit look has undeniably kicked off this spring, and we've been loving seeing plenty of street style stars showing us how to wear it. However, this range of hues can be off-putting for many. For starters, it can seem overly girly, especially if you're doing it in pink.

It can also appear too dressed up for a day at the office when worn with heels and can seem better for a wedding guest outfit. However, when you pair the pastel suit with trainers, you end up with a whole new ensemble. It gives you a touch of power dressing with the ease of wearing sneakers, and it's arguably the chicest way to do the pastel suit trend right now. If you want some inspiration, you need only keep scrolling to see this in action during fashion week plus which suits and trainers we'd shop.

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Style Notes: Add a bit of edge to your ladylike pink suit with a pair of Nike sneakers. 

A classic pair that you can wear over and over. 

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Style Notes: A pale green suit is perhaps one of the easier pastel colours to wear. Worn with a chunky pair of sneakers, you'll look ready for the office and a night out. 

+ Mango Modal Suit Trousers (£36)

This suit comes in at just over £100–aka,  it's a total bargain. 

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Style Notes: Wear a blue suit with a graphic tee and chunky sneakers. 

+ Zara Straight Cut Trousers (£40)

Of course Zara nails this trend again. 

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Style Notes: Beige isn't for everyone, but if you're more into "ugly" fashion then you have to try it. The trainers you'll want are classic runners for the full dad look.

Runners that also work for fashion. Well done, Adidas.  

 

Are you brave enough to try the trend?