These are my favourite picks of Liz Lisa's Spring Collection which is named 'Love Pasterine'.
I promise you, they're really nice!
Liz Lisa are keeping up with the pastel trends that is currently sweeping gyaru at the moment and have identified mint, pink, orange, white and blue as the colours to be wearing. I've attempted to pick something from each colour as my picks of the season.
I absolutely adore Mint Green and I'm so glad it's coming back into fashion. It's been difficult to find anything with that colour green over here in the UK though!
This green dress really stood out to me as soon as I opened the page for this colour. It's really sweet and can be combined with a plethora of other colours on season (i.e. white) in order to stop the green overwhelming the piece.
Pink is practically a staple colour for Liz Lisa. I'm pretty sure I've seen this same dress in blue but it's nice to see a maxi dress in pink. I suppose this is where the 'ethnic' part of the collection name comes into it?
There's one or two maxi dresses in this collection so definitely keep your eyes peeled for them.
I really liked these two! I prefer the outfit on the left; the little bows and the frills make the other outfit too young looking and two sweet for me. Perhaps if I was younger I could pull these off!
I'm not quite sure how orange this is supposed to be as they've filtered the page's colours. I'm hoping it'll be a peachy or pale orange. Who looks good in bright orange any way/
On the 'White' pages this really stood out to me. Maybe it's just me but brown and white just seems to be a Liz Lisa staple and I'm always very happy to see it pop up in any collection.
Last year there was a playsuit in Liz Lisa's S/S collection that looked really similar to this. Good news if you bought that, you can wear it again without any worries!
I love, love, love this outfit! Liz Lisa is known for being very sweet and girly and I found this refreshing.
The blue definitely stops this outfit from being too OTT sweet which I'm glad for. It's also showing that not all Liz Lisa co-ordinates need to be sickly sweet.
I'm interested in hearing what you guys thought of this collection: yay or nay?