PRETTY PASTELS INSPIRATION

Hi there!
Today I have a lil’ inspirational post for you. I saw these pretty pastely sweaters hanging together on my clothing rack and I was like ‘hell this looks so nice, I’m gonna share it with my homies aka you guys.’ So yeah, I know it’s kinda summer (or actual still spring) at the moment and I’m showing you sweaters, but not all of you are blessed with good weather. I thought it would be nice to show some summery sweaters, so you still have that summerfeeling without sacrificing your body warmth (lol haha!).

I have 4 sweaters to show you, all from different brands.
The first sweater I’m gonna show you is this light pink/nude-y sweater from Brandy Melville. This sweater was actually a gift for a girl, but it didn’t fit properly on her and we couldn’t return it, so I had to keep it. Which wasn’t a problem at all haha, ’cause I really like it! I usually don’t wear pinkish clothes, and I actually liked the baby blue version of this one better, but as you will see in this post, I already own a lot of baby blue sweaters, so I think this pinkish one is a better addition to my collection. I’m also gonna a do a haul featuring this sweater (blogpost or video, which one do you prefer?), so I’m not going to talk about it too much.
The second sweater on my rack, is this lilac one from Zara. It’s from a really nice cotton-y material. Because it’s made from cotton, it’s pretty good to wear even if it’s a bit hotter. It’s not like polyester, that makes you sweat like crazy when it’s hot. That’s why it’s a perfect summer sweater. I also really like the fact that it has a pretty high neck, because that makes it perfect to wear over a button-up.
I have 2 baby blue sweaters. This one is a bit oversized and has a really interesting knitted pattern I think. It’s from the Primark and I was so happy found it there, ’cause this sweater is freaking amazing!
This baby blue sweater is from Missguided. It has a huge cowl neck, which is so cosy! I also love the fact that it’s cropped. I love putting my hair in the cowl neck and creating a faux bob. Best way to rock a bobline without cutting your hair!
So priitty!
I love how you can see all the different kinds of knitting in this picture!
I hope you enjoyed this inspirational post, and you – obviously – got a bit of inspiration out of it. I don’t like to write a lot if it’s a inspirational post, ’cause I feel it’s just about the eyecandy, not the words! So yeah, I’m gonna keep it short and sweet this time. Talk to you tomorrow!
xo Lilia
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  1. Stacy Dunn
    July 29, 2016 / 00:31

    I’m looking for a Palestinian Yellow Cowl Neck Sweater. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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