Seasonal Post #3- Light Spring


Hey There! Welcome to post number three of the Rubies Fashion Season series! 



Let's start with hair

Light Spring's hair tones are a golden blonde, light red or strawberry blonde, Always warm, and more of a golden look. 



This one can be kind of hard to determine, but again, we're looking for  warm undertones to your skin



It can be really hard to differentiate between Light Spring and light Summer tones, as we'll learn soon, but the basic idea is Soft eyes, and muted skin and hair tones. 


The colors of the hair, skin, and eyes are very similar, and they have a consistent flow. 


Now, for the eyes.... 


 A light spring's eyes are beautiful colors. 

Blue or light green.


However, they are not striking, like warm spring. The colors are more muted, soft, and neutral.



Light Springs have especially light skin with neutral tones. Light beige, with a porcelain look, peachy, may have a pinkish tone, freckles, and burns easily. 

If you think you are a Light spring, I'm sharing this list of best colors for you to search, and add to your wardrobe. 


  • ivory 
  • stone
  •  cream
  • taupe
  • primrose
  • sage
  • lemon 
  • peach 
  • light gold
  • light peach
  • salmon 
  • coral
  •  watermelon
  •  dusty rose 
  • corn flower
  • sly blue
  • light aqua
  • mint
  • lapis
  • peacock 
  • apple green
  • petrol
  • light teal 
  • turquoise
  • yellow-green
  • Kelly green 
  • buttermilk


I know...That's a lot of light colors. Don't be discouraged! 

You will look AMAZING in these colors! Just try combining different light colors, or light and warm colors. If you feel like this is still limited, look up the warm tones for light summer. Those will also work very well for you! 

Last, but not least...Jewelry! 

The best jewelry choices are gold, rose gold, pale or shiny gold, and copper. 

I have really enjoyed diving into Light Spring!   

   I hope you have too!

Even if it doesn't apply to you, you could help out a friend. That alone is enough reason to learn this, right?!

Below is a little "cheat sheet" to help you out. 


If you would like more help figuring out how to dress well, check out my favorite fashion blog! Corina at Frump Fighters has AMAZING resources for you!

If you want to purchase anything from her, use my special discount code!



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