Happy May! They say April showers bring May flowers and we are so ready for them! Who else is SO excited for those gorgeous lilies, roses, and hydrangeas to bloom?! We sure are! Bring on sunshine and pretty spring colors! Speaking of spring colors, have you seen all of the fabulous gowns in Rachel Allan’s spring collection? It is bursting with gorgeous pastels that are sure to put you in the springtime mood! There is something about pastels that gives us spring vibes! Rachel Allan’s style 6012 is enchanting! This ball gown has a v-neckline with thin shoulder straps, the bodice is adorned with floral details and sparkling beads as well! Feel like the princess of spring in one of the three hues this comes in: mint, periwinkle, and blush! Another pretty pastel is style 6054. This a-line is flowy, with trendy cold-shoulder cutouts to really set it over the edge! This look comes in periwinkle, yellow, and blush. All three of these are beautiful hues for prom, and look amazing in outdoor photos! Yellow is a color that many girls shy away from. While it can be a difficult color to wear based on skin tone, it should not keep you from it! Periwinkle is one of those hues that just about anyone can wear and this blush gown is the perfect shade of pink, not too peachy, not too pale; just perfect! Two of our favorite pastels are green and lavender. Rachel Allan’s style 6069 comes in both of these gorgeous hues! This trend-setting two-piece is adorned with subtle lace embroidery which makes it very elegant! This gorgeous look comes in lilac, mint, and navy for those who are not big on pastels! Lilac and mint are both colors that are often overlooked, like yellow, but then again they should not! These light hues are fabulous; most girls overlook them, which is why you should go for it! Do not be afraid to stand out and be different! Pastels are the way to go for springtime formal events and Rachel Allan has everything you need! Lilac, blush, yellow, mint, periwinkle; you name it, they have it! Dress for the season and be bright in Rachel Allan’s pastels.