Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Georgia Sunshine


Dress: Gianni Bini // Heels: BCBGeneration // Clutch: Clare V. // Earrings: Clubbing Girl c/o // Lip color: MAC Red

Bright, sunshine yellow was a huge trend at NYFW, both on street style influencers and on the runway. If you're stuck in a neutral rut, this lemony hue might be your chance to break out of your safety zone. It's surprisingly wearable, even for blondes, and will make a pop alone or paired with variations of other primary colors. Try it with cobalt, cherry red, or charcoal. When in doubt, Google image a color wheel. Generally anything on the opposite hemisphere as the color you're building from will coordinate well.

A pointed toe style with at least a three-inch heel is the freshest way to wear nude pumps, which creates a visually even longer line than the round toe styles that have dominated since the former Kate Middleton's engagement announcement. The key to nude pumps is to try to match your skin tone as closely as possible. I've always kept a summer pair and a winter pair. It doesn't have to be exact, but the closer you can get to a match the more seamless and streamlined your legs will look.


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1 comment:

  1. What a bright yellow; I love it. The heels paired are very nice as well; they keep the focus on the dress. ;)