Last year was a little low on fun. With everything from politics to economics to social catastrophe – 2017 really wasn’t the happy-go-lucky year a girl usually hopes for. When everything goes south, it is only natural to have a hard time keeping your spirits high. The creative artists and fashion designers got that message well and hard.

Perusing around the London, Paris, Milan and New York SS18 fashion weeks look, it is easy to comprehend that designers with their kaleidoscope of colors and sugar-coated almond pastels have tried hard to make up for what was lacking in the last year’s social palette: happiness.

Can you really place a hand on heart and tell me in all honesty that pastel-colored duster jackets layered over OTT fringe poppy dress won’t make you happy? We know the answer already! Let’s take a trip down the fashion week SS18 memory lane together and check out one of the happiest and elevating fashion trends that you can rock out in streets this season:

 

Pastel is the Ultimate Fashion Prozac

Summer might be the season of flaunting bright popping vibrant neons traditionally, but this year fashion designers took a different route. Pastel color palette was showcased on the ramp as a fashion Prozac.

Asymmetrical dresses, one-shouldered power statements, halter necks, puffed sleeves, even pencil skirts and cover-ups were showcased in pastels on the runways. Sugared almond shades like delicate green, pastel yellow, palest pink and eve lilac looked gorgeous on the models.

The pastel palette trend was not only limited to the fashion week’s runway models. As a matter of fact, the popular street looks during the fashion weeks also incorporated a good dose of pastel dresses. Our top pick for you to flaunt an urban chic fashion style would be layering a long jacket in your favorite pastel shade over a crop top and vintage boot cuts.

Or, you can go an urban casually smart dressed fashion diva in a pastel-colored well-fit pale green jacket and matching wide legged pants with a plain white t-shirt underneath.

Spin the look around for a skirt outfit. We suggest picking up a pale pink pastel jacket to be paired with a pencil skirt and a white crisp button-down shirt if wearing to work. Or you can casually throw it on top of a ruffled strapless boat neck top for a boho-chic street look. The choice is yours!

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