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Showing posts with label Color Trend. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Color Trend. Show all posts

Moody Picks: Blush-Worthy Dresses

Most of you know by now that Pantone named their pick for their 2016 Color of the Year and one of the two shades picked out is called Rose Quartz (the other is called Serenity).  Rose Quartz is a beautiful shade of blush pink and it’s one of this season’s biggest trends.  If you look around, you'll see blush rose tones in just about every store and in products like makeup, clothing, shoes, accessories and even home d├ęcor.

This shade is very feminine, romantic and it’s perfect for spring. I just recently went to a friend’s wedding last night and my blush dress was just the right touch for the evening celebration.  I definitely think that every girl should have a least one blush dress in their wardrobe for weddings or any other special occasion.  So if you’re looking for the perfect dress, look no further because I’ve found a few beautiful dresses that you’re gonna love.

What do you think about Pantone’s color choice? Here are 11 blush-worthy dresses that I think will be a perfect addition to your closet.  Let me know what are some of your favorites in the comments below. If you have a chance, check out my Pinterest page for 20 additional blush-worthy inspirations.
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Fresh Picks to Follow – Black and Blue


If you’re like me, I’m sure at some point in your life you’ve heard numerous fashion faux pas, such as don’t wear white after Labor Day, never mix patterns, don’t wear denim on denim and don’t wear black and blue together.  As you know, many fashionistas have long believed that those fashion faux pas are outdated and that it’s time to break the rules.  One rule that will be broken this fall is the color combination of black and blue.  These two colors have been paired together by major designers like Carolina Herrera, DKNY and Marc by Marc Jacobs.  To achieve this look, try grabbing a cobalt blue or navy blue top and pair it with black slacks or a skirt.  For this week’s Fresh Picks to Follow, here are my top 10 ways to take your black and blues combination to anything other than bruises. What do you think about this color trend? Let me know in the comments.


1. Halogen® - Mixed Media Shell…$59.00
2. Marc by Marc Jacobs - Multicolor Clarice Top…$300.00
3. Banana Republic - Paige Wristlet…$59.50
4. Trina Turk - Cubist Colorblock Ponte Dress…$237.99
5. Juicy Couture - Leopard V-Neck Wool-Cashmere Pullover…$195.00
6. Ann Taylor - Colorblock Sheath Dress…$128.00
7. Marc by Marc Jacobs - Colorblock Anya Crepe Dress…$430.00
8. Stella McCartney - Patty Brocade Skirt…$880.00
9. Worthington® - Contrast Trench Coat…$70.00
10. Karen Kane - Color Block Turtleneck Dress…$89.00

xoxo Natasha

Fresh Picks to Follow – Crazy for Cobalt

Happy Friday everyone!  I’m headed to a fashion show tonight and I’m really looking forward to checking out some of the local talent.  I’ll be sure to post about it all later.  Anyways, for this Friday’s Fresh Pick to Follow I wanted to focus on the cobalt blue trend that’s been in the stores for several months now.  I love this bright vibrant blue color because it really pops and it makes a powerful statement.  This brilliant hue compliments just about every other color from basic black and neutrals to other bright colors.  Cobalt blue also looks great on all complexions and it will make you stand out in any crowd.  Are you as crazy for cobalt as I am?  Check out my top 10 cobalt blue pieces for this week’s Fresh Picks to Follow.  What do you all think about this color trend? Let me know! 

2. Ann Taylor – Silk Camp Shirt…$118.00
3. Forever 21 - Bold Shoulder Blazer…$29.80
4. Milly - Belted Joanne Dress…$425.00
5. Banana Republic - Ashley Bow Ballet Flat…$98.00
6. Express – Boxy Midi Tee…$39.90
7. Tory Burch – Ella Tote…$250.00
8. Jay Godfrey - Maxi Dress With Colorblock Belt…$440.00
9. Modcloth - You Cadmium at Hello Dress…$47.99
10. H&M – Pants…$17.95
xoxo Natasha
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