Texture and Blush Tones

Spring finally decided to show up and grace us with some sunshine! Hello, 70-degree weather! It’s nice to finally shed some layers. Trading my heavy parkas out for some light cardigans and denim jackets. But before we get too casual, let’s talk about spring work wear. Which is ironic, because I recently started working from home 4/5 days a week. So, I’m really trading clothes for my PJs lol. For the one day I do have to go into the office, I still want to look my best and actually try to look like a decent human being. I have fallen in love with pastels for this spring and decided I’d try a fail-proof look. Blush tones! You can’t go wrong with these shades!

 

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Because there is such a wide range of blush tones that fall on the spectrum, it makes it a pretty easy color to wear. There are some cooler options and warmer options based on your skin tone, so it’s definitely a look I think everyone should try! In this look, I took a pleated shirt dress turned into a top, and paired it with these chic jacquard leopard print work pants. I accessorized it with a pair of blush-toned ballet flats chandelier earrings and my nameplate necklace you also saw in this post.

 

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Well, I hope you enjoyed this workwear look and gorgeous blush tones! This is a great look that can easily be transitioned from day to night for after work activities just by swapping out for heels and a clutch bag. Love this look? How would you sport a monochromatic blush look? Let me know in the comments below!

 

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FTC Discloser: This video is not sponsored but may contain some complimentary products and affiliate links. All opinions are honest and my own.

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