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Every time Easter comes around I begin to search for accessories and apparel that mimic the colors of bright Easter eggs and beautiful Spring flowers. One of my favorite hues is lilac or what some may call purple/lavender. Plus, since pastel colors are once again in this season it makes adding them to your wardrobe that much easier.
Since Easter is just around the corner, I decided to share some of my pretty purple picks….
Color is key this season. Amp up your style with a bold statement color. There are numerous ways you can add pops of color to your outfits. For the trendsetters out there, color blocking is a fun way to mix and match different colors in your wardrobe. If your style is more laid back, add a bright hobo bag to your outfit or try a bold lip to draw attention to your beautiful face.
Here are some simple ideas to get you started…
Fall – the favorite season of many fashionsitas - is getting revamped thanks to Tracy Reese. The traditional dark color palette reserved for the season is updated by incorporating bright hues into the mix. Colors like orange, yellow, and many shades of purple were not only used as pops of color, but they also comprised entire outfits. Reese does a lot within this collection. For instance, she combines current trends into one look – color blocking and mixed prints – sticks to what she knows with lots of dainty dresses, and updates classic pairings like a t-shirt and skirt.
Reese’s collection is busy (in a good way), refreshing and holds on tight to color. If you’re a woman who has places to go and people to see, then click “Next” and check out some of the ensembles that Reese has created with you in mind.
Usually, we’d never want to duplicate one of Nicki Minaj’s looks. But when she tones it down, her ensembles aren’t that bad. Hence this color block dress she was recently seen wearing.
Color blocking is in! So if you’re looking to get this look for less, head over to StyleBlazer to see the best color-blocked dresses for under $100.
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Most times when we think of our winter wardrobe natural hues and dark colors are the only things we assume we have to work with. Well not this season. While natural browns and ‘all black everything’ can be quite sophisticated and sometimes even Hot, this winter color and accentuated styles take precedence. So go ahead and keep your dark colors and solid prints but also add these key pieces to spice up your winter wardrobe.