4 Girls, 1 Look: A Slew Of L.A. Bloggers Sport Pastel Pants

Sure, Easter may be over, but when it comes to the holiday’s signature hues, the party's just getting started. We practically live in soft tints all season long, but it's easy to get bored with the same old. And since spring is about switching things up, we thought we’d mash up one of our fave columns in order to help you out.
Instead of culling four standout looks from one gal, we're tapping four style-savvy L.A. bloggers to show us how they model one look: their favorite pastel pants (the more the merrier, right?). From adding a breezy blazer to sporting the look with stripes, we’re all over these cool styling tricks. Click through to meet the lovely ladies who posed for us, and see how they showed off their pretty-hued stems.
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Name: Jame Krell

Gig: Style and fashion TV correspondent, blogger at Jamie Krell

Tell us about the look you styled.
"This is an easy, daytime weekend look. A typical Saturday or Sunday in L.A. calls for an outfit that feels effortless — not overdone."

What's your favorite thing about spring dressing?
"You don't have to dress for hot or cold temperature extremes, making it the perfect time to play and experiment with colors, textures, patterns, and layers. The season brings out my ‘anything goes’ approach to dressing."

Describe your personal style.
"Fun, eclectic, and never too serious!"

Haute Hippie jacket, Zara shirt, J.Crew necklace, American Apparel jeans, Rag & Bone booties.

Photo: Courtesy of Jamie Krell
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Name: Liz Cherkasova

Gig: Fashion blogger at Late Afternoon

Tell us about the look you styled.
"I went for a casual spring look — brightened up with a pop of neon and metallic accessories. Simple yet bold is my go-to formula for spring."

Describe your personal style
"It's a little feminine, a little quirky, and always a reflection of what I'm feeling on any given day."

J.Crew button up, 7 For All Mankind jeans, Rachel Zoe shoes, bracelets from ShopRuche, H&M, and Free People; Karen Walker sunglasses, Zara clutch.

Photo: Courtesy of Late Afternoon
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Name: Marie Hindkaer Wolthers

Gig: Fashion writer, stylist, and blogger at Blame It On Fashion

Tell us about the look you styled.
"I went for an elegant-meets-chic daywear look, and teamed it with silky track pants and a wool knit. One of my favorite styling tips is to mix fabrics — like silk with knit, or leather with jersey. It’s so simple, but it works every time."

What's your philosophy when it comes to accessorizing?
"Whether I wear stacks of bracelets, glamorous earrings, or striking necklaces — I always keep it simple. I love bright and bold accessories, so when it comes to shoes and bags, I try to wear at least one accessory that stands out."

3.1 Philip Lim pants, Zara shoes, Cos knit sweater, Yvonne Koné and 3.1 Philip Lim accessories; Céline bag.

Photo: Courtesy of Blame It On Fashion
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Name: Shea Marie

Gig: Fashion blogger at Cheyenne Meets Chanel, Host, Stylist

Tell us about the look you styled.
"I'm really into monochromatic styling for spring. I love tops and bottoms of the same color, or a close shade — like these pastel lime pants and this yellow shirt. Pastels are always a must for spring."

Describe your personal style.
"It's ever-changing."

What's your favorite thing about spring dressing?
"Knowing that summer is right around the corner, so it's the perfect time to bring out those bright colors again."

Current/Elliott pants, Zara top, Karen Walker sunglasses, Estilo Emporio shoes.

Photo: Courtesy of Cheyenne Meets Chanel
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