Tag: Scarves

Living for Living Coral

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Happpppy Monday! Did you know that 2019’s Pantone Color of the Year is called Living Coral? Do you even know what a Pantone Color of the Year is? If not, no worries. It’s basically just a color that’s “forecasted” to be popular throughout the seasons in industries such as fashion, home décor, and even marketing/design. Last year’s color was Ultraviolet, and while I can’t say I saw a ton of vibrant purples, gorgeous lavender shades were a huge hit in the past year and even still to this day. Keep reading to see some ideas for how to style this year’s fun new salmon-esque color! Continue reading “Living for Living Coral”

Mustard Yellow is a Friendly Fellow

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As you might recall, the Pantone Color of the Year is ultraviolet, but I think mustard yellow is giving it a run for its money. This trendy fall color exudes warmth and mimics the pretty change in fall leaves, acting as the perfect autumn accessory or pop to an otherwise dull outfit. I realize a lot of people have a love-hate relationship with yellow…it can make your teeth look less than white, it washes you out, it has to be just the particular shade, etc. etc. I get it; the happy color can be difficult to style. But that’s why I love the mustard shade so much. It’s dark enough where it won’t give you the illusion of illness or coffee-stained teeth, but still cozy enough to add all the fall vibes to your wardrobe. Here are 5 ways to stay on trend with mustard this season. Continue reading “Mustard Yellow is a Friendly Fellow”

Dressing for Confidence

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All of today’s photos were taken on the same day—hard to believe, I know, since half of the photos are sunny and bright and the other half are snowy and insanely windy (can you see the little snowflakes in the above picture?). So you may be wondering, why am I wearing a skirt and short sleeves when it’s 20 degrees out?! Excellent question. Continue reading “Dressing for Confidence”