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Winter Pastels 2015

Dear Secret Agents,

How about Winter Pastels in 2015? Hurray! Temperature has dropped, hats and scarves have come out. Sadly colours have gone dark. Do dark colour keep us warm? – Nope! So why go all doom and gloom when it comes to winter colours? Why wear black?

This Secret Agents decided to enjoy the Festive Season in the glory of Winter Pastels 2015. Dream a little. Pink is not the only pastel. There is no need to be girly about it. Earthly pastel  colours are just as soothing. Start with the shoes. If your shoes are in pastel the chances are you won’t go dark on your clothes either. If you are not the romantic pastel type, look for texture. And what if the whole world around us is wearing black? I decided shot the world today and wear Winter Pastels in 2015! Quite literally! Bang-bang!

Viva La Colour Revolution! Viva La Winter Pastels 2015!

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SECRET AGENT CAMOUFLAGE: W Dabliu Shoes | Botkier Satchel | French Connection Coat | OASIS dress

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Pastels have been popular in both 2014 and 2015. Max Mara is taking Winter Pastels 2015 well into the next year. Classic camel tones, sand, mint, powder pink and chilly blue  – why the hell not?

So soft, romantic and ethereal, cupcake inspired pastel colors are the obsession of all girlish girls, who want to spice up their looks with some innocent and romantic vibe, breaking the monotony and diminishing all the blues. Milk caramel, velvety peach, pale pink, powdery mint, banana, guava, lavender and baby blue – all these delicious shades instantly cheer up and turn any look on the positive way. However, when it comes to real life, incorporating pastels to our wardrobes may seem a little tricky. Check out Fashionisers tips how to wear Pastel Colours 2015.

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