I haven’t done a color theme for a while and thought, with Valentine’s day coming up, I’d feature one of my favorite colors – red! I especially love the deep dark reds that look almost velvety black. What are your favorite shades of red?
Red roses for love win the day.
Various shades of red lipsticks for luscious lips!
Silky red slips for romance.
Red tropical flowers. Hibiscus love right here! Love the golden speckles on this one.
Vines with red leaves in the fall…
Rose and red lipstick, what’s not to love?
Red Cap Sleeve Scallop Trim Fit & Flare Dress. Shop this item here.
Red dresses for Valentine’s day. This one with the scalloped edges sure is cute!
And little red phone booths in London that I’d love to see some day.
And of course, shop-able links for red dresses, lipsticks, slips and chemises
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Spring is coming! It’s not here yet, but it’s on it’s way. We are occasionally getting nice spring like weather days around here and I am ready for it. But, how to incorporate that almost-spring feel into your end of winter attire?
Take those warmer weather days and just go for it!
Start bringing out your lighter jackets, short sleeve shirts, your shorter pants and wearing your shoes without socks.
Lighten up the colors a bit. Add in your pastels.
Bring out your bright turquoise’s, pinks & yellows and mix and match with your winter wardrobe.
Add a pop of color in an accessory like scarves, purses or shoes.
Wear a coat in a lighter or brighter color.
It’s all in the details. Like these wonderful pastel pearls on these jeans.
Or rose gold sunglasses and simple pastel pink pearl earrings.
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~ All photos were taken by Calvin Hodgson. You can find his work on Flickr and on his blog.