Head to Toe Color

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25 April 2008

I am not afraid to admit that the idea of wearing head to toe color in a color that isn’t black terrifies me. I like to wear my bright colors in pieces. A bracelet here, an amazing shoe there but never all of the above at the same time. So when I see people (or really just celebrities) wearing head to toe orange or blue, I have to wonder. How in the world is a normal person supposed to pull that off?

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It may just be me but I think everyone is safer pulling off a bright dress than say a bright top and bright colored pants. Not to mention this Lucky Brand mini-dress has a casual, happy go lucky feel to it that I definitely think you need when you wear something so bright.  Lucky Brand dress available at Macy’s ($58).
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For every bright dress, you need a shoe that makes the same statement. This Nine West slingback screams “I’m super cool” with its combination of green and turquoise. This Nine West peep toe is available at Macy’s ($79).
What I absolutely love about the bright color trend is that it’s forcing people to not hide behind black. I love wearing black, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes it’s nice to be the woman walking down the street who turns heads because she’s fearlessly wearing red, purple, or in this case turquoise.

Happy Shopping!

Bre


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Posted by Brenae at 06:00 AM
APPAREL , SHOES/ACCESSORIES , STYLE/BEAUTY |



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