Celebrities in Pastels: How to Wear This Sweet Summer Look
Pastels are so sweet this summer--not only are the delicate tones a smash for hats, hair colors, and nail polish, celebrities also love the soft shades from head to toe.
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge chose tender yellow Emilia Wickstead, Emma Stone went for sky blue Emilio Pucci, and Salma Hayek sparkled in an embellished Bottega Veneta violet sheath.
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This is a look that is as sophisticated as it is romantic, especially when paired with neutral tones for accessories and makeup. Click through the gallery to see more stars in pastels.
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