Pretty Pastels: Perfect for Spring

I’ve always loved pastel colors. There’s something so lovely and elegant about these colors that makes them so appealing. What’s even more amazing is that you can find pastels not only in clothing but in art products, children’s toys and more. In particular, I love wearing pastel clothing (of course), and it’s fun seeing these colors pop up in the spring.

With Easter on its way, I can’t think of a better time to incorporate pastel colors into your wardrobe, cosmetics and home accessories. Not only are these colors attractive, but they are calming and just sweet looking. So whether you stock up on products for your kids or for yourself, here are some darling products that I suggest you take a second look at with their stunning pastel colors.

Bonnie Jean Baby Girls Pastel Striped Cupcake Birthday Dress$29

If your little girl is having a birthday soon I can’t think of a sweeter dress for her to wear. With the pastel colors and adorable cupcake in the center of the top of the dress, this is the perfect birthday dress. This dress also has super sweet detailing: an accented skirt has an attached ribbon sash and the cupcake is embroidered. Plus, the underskirt makes this dress fuller, which if she loves to look like a princess she’ll love this feature!

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Dior 5 Couleurs Garden Edition – Garden Pastels$59

With metalics and pastels in cosmetics very much in style for the spring, this is another pastel product that’s tempting and sweet. Make your eyes come alive with eyeshadow that’s filled with pastels and metallics simultaneously. These garden-inspired color harmonies are stunning for the warm seasons when all you want is a face that comes alive with color.

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Hoohobbers Pastel Rocking Chair – $50

This is a sweet accessory for your tot, especially if you want them to stay off your big rocking chair. Whenever I get together with my cousins (including my little second cousins), they love to swing away on my Grandma’s rocking chairs, however, they get into trouble because the chairs are made for gentle rocking, not non-stop hard-rocking! Ha ha. So that’s why I think this is the perfect alternative for little ones. They can rock away without doing a nicer or older rocking chair any damage.

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Candy House Pastel Dutch Mints – $60

If you have a spring wedding event or reception to plan, these dutch mints are lovely for your event! You can creatively use them in lovely bowls for guests to reach in and grab some, or if you’re concerned about too many fingers in the bowls try finding a pretty spoon so that guests can serve themselves.

The site describes these yummy mints quite well: “Dutch mints are creamy peppermint and chocolate combined with a pastel candy shell. Perfect for showers, weddings, banquets and parties.”

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Textured Pastels Cardstock Stack 12×12  – $15- $30

Feelig in a crafty mood? Stock up on textured pastels to use for your latest art project or to make cards for Easter or loved ones. Therey are so many things you can do with pastel colored paper–use your imagination!

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So there you have it! Pretty pastels for the spring time are an instant pick me up on the lingering cold winter days. So get happy and enjoy pastel clothing, accessories, home decor and more!

Today’s JoeShopping post was written by Featured Blogger OceanDreams, a.k.a. Sierra. Sierra is an ocean dreamer who is a freelance writer, blogger and fashion addict. Some of her additional interests include excercising near the ocean, shopping, interior design, social media, Disneyland and more. You can catch Sierra on her blog Ocean Dreams and you can find her on Twitter at @oceandreams4u.




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