How Women Are Actually Styling Spring's #1 Color Trend

Pale lilac, refreshing mint green, and barely there blush are just a few of the pretty pastel tones that are everywhere right now. We're quickly learning this isn't a trend to tread lightly on. Instead, jumping in head first to a fully saturated look is the best way to pull it off.

Thanks to our stylish readers, we have all the outfit inspiration we've ever needed to try the trend. Here you'll find the outfits that our community shared on Instagram using #WhoWhatWearing. Want to be featured on our site next time? Use the hashtag on any of your style-related posts so we can see it.



Ground the airy pastel tones with a bold primary color. Despite mixing so many different colors here, her bold red coat ties the look together.



Try out a patterned skirt with a solid-colored sweater for a simple combination that works every time.

Suiting separates are a perfect way to test out color-blockingyou'll always look polished.



If you want to try out any boldly colored piece right now, it has to be a statement coat.



We saw colored tights all over this past New York Fashion Week, so it's safe to say that this will be our go-to way to add a strong dose of color into our outfits while the weather still warrants it.



Monochrome is best done in varying shades of the same color. Pro tip: Playing with textures adds cool interest to the look.



Colored stripes make for an incredibly sleek take on pastel color-blocking.

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Rainbow-striped sweaters are such a fun and playful way to try out mixing multiple colors at once. Plus, the sweater is basically begging you to wear it with all your vintage denim.



Pastel pink and kelly green are the unexpected color combo you might need to try.

While everyone else you know will inevitably try out a pastel top, if anything, go the less common route with a pair of pastel-colored pants. The look is a touch more unexpected, which makes it that much cooler.

Add in fresh accent pieces like metallics and pearls.