Dreamy Winter Pastels to Keep Winter Colourful

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This winter I’m keeping things colourful by following the catwalk trend of floaty dreamy pastels. It’s such a fun way to dress during winter days! Don’t you ever just get fed up of black and grey?. The winter months are gloomy enough without everyone dressing like they’re going to a job interview. So this winter I’m ending the madness by wearing all the colours! Luckily for me, I found plenty of gorgeous pieces on the British high street.

Here are my top pastel picks from the high street: 

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These paisley print PJ shorts were £12.50 in the Jack Wills sale. They’re really comfy and I love the pink bow ties on the each side!

This dreamy pink and lilac floral top was £9 in the New Look sale. It’s quite long so it’s lovely to layer under a fluffy jumper or cardigan.

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This floral lanyard was just £1 in the Accessorize sale! I’ve been wearing it to work and I’ve gotten so many compliments :). Also if you’re wondering, the fluffy white blanket is from Primark and my grey plaited cushion is from John Lewis.
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And finally I found these vintage 60’s floral print cushion covers at a car boot sale. They are in excellent condition and they were only 50p! I’m not sure if they’re actually from the 60’s, but they’re definitely vintage. They’re cotton fabric with a really good thread count, which you just don’t get these days! (sounding like my grandma here!). I’m not sure whether to do something crafty with them or simply keep them as cushion covers- the print is so pretty! What do you think?
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What colours are you wearing this winter?
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