Pretty In Pastel
Be pretty in pink with this slinky dress from Alexa Chung's fashion label – perfect for those spring weddings.
Sheath dress, £570, AlexaChung at Moda Operandi
Channel the trend in this ruffled, floaty frock from Chloé.
Silk dress, £2,550, Chloé at Net-a-Porter
Dolce & Gabbana
If you find pastels too girly, opt for this off-the-shoulder tulle top and team with cigarette trousers and heels for a slightly more androgynous look.
Ruched top, £795, Dolce & Gabbana at Matches Fashion
Suiting is another excellent way to make pastels work for you this spring. Wear this Mango blazer with the matching trousers or throw over your jeans.
Linen blazer, £79.99, Mango
The most ladylike lemon-yellow offering from Sies Marjan.
Silk dress, £1,495, Sies Marjan at Browns
This pair will give a sweet pastel injection into your trouser arsenal.
Wool trousers, £360, Racil at Matches Fashion
& Other Stories
A pretty yellow blouse that looks far more expensive than it is.
Jacquard blouse, £69, & Other Stories
If you dare to wear a mini, we suggest you snap up Off-White's colourful skirt.
Cotton skirt, £375, Off-White at MyTheresa
Dress up with heels and statement earrings for the evening or wear with white trainers for your weekend look.
Chiffon dress, £315, Maje at Net-a-Porter
If you want to do the pastel trend in a subtle way, make it work with your accessories.
Leather bag, £1,190, Chloé at Farfetch
Surely the most glamorous way to tap into the trend.
Embellished suede heels, £675, Prada at Matches Fashion
Victoria Victoria Beckham
Say it with sorbet yellow in this bold design from Victoria Beckham's diffusion line.
Crepe dress, £550, Victoria Victoria Beckham at Net-a-Porter
This mint-hued bag will provide the perfect addition to your spring workwear wardrobe.
Leather bag, £1,100, Tod's
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
This beautiful Preen dress taps into three spring trends at once: pastels, florals and sheer material.
Silk dress, £980, Preen by Thornton Bergazzi at Browns
Ideal for your spring office look. We suggest you snap up the matching trousers too.
Cotton top, £29.99, Zara
Why be subtle when you can be statement-making? Team two pastel pieces together for a top-notch monochrome look.
Give a pale blue blouse the 2018 treatment by pairing it with wide-leg corduroys and trainers.
Ground multiple pastel hues with neutrals like a sand-colored jacket and white accessories.
Follow Shiona Turini's lead and play around with various shades of pink for a flattering, feminine ensemble.
Add edge to pastels with the quick addition of raw-hem denim and fishnet ankle boots.
Go the extra mile with a feathery lavender jacket.
Enliven your neutrals with a pop of pink.
If you're looking to punch up your pantsuit, why not swap in a pastel purple tee?
Proof you can never too pastel.
H&M Faux Suede Skirt
H&M Faux Suede Skirt ($50)
Michael Lo Sordo Silk-Satin Wide-Leg Pants
Proud Mary Knit Huipile Orchid Top
Proud Mary Knit Knit Huipile Orchid Top ($100, originally $178)
Reformation Augustina Top
Simon Miller Birch Mini Nubuck Tote
Staud Honeybee Top
Staud Honeybee Top ($165)
Topshop Hazard Ankle Boots
Topshop Hazard Ankle Boots ($170)
Whistles Mohair Knit
Whistles Mohair Knit ($239)
Wilfred Free Williamson Hoodie
Who What Wear x Target Puff Sleeve Jacket
Who What Wear x Target Puff Sleeve Jacket ($36, originally $45)