From deep moody blues, to happier cabana striped blues, mixed with blush it’s a winning combination. This color combo is one of my favorite tablescape trends. Actually, I wouldn’t even call it a trend, because this combo is timeless. I love how the photos below show how the palette can go from blooming spring, to perfectly summer, to darling painted gourds for fall and rich and velvety for winter. Do you have a go-to table color scheme?
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In case you don’t know, I write a monthly column for the DIY wedding blog, Something Turquoise. It’s usually a round-up type post exploring a niche topic, and this week is all about the impending seasonal shift to fall. I rounded up some fabulous ideas to add just the right amount of seasonal decor to your wedding without going overboard. Click over to check out the goodness!
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I think it's safe to say that not too many people in the fashion circle still subscribe to the rule of not wearing white after Labor Day. The all white monochromatic look has become almost as ubiquitous as head-to-toe black, almost. But I still think the average Jane is a little hesitant when it comes to the all white everything look. Most women have a white sweater and white pants in their closets, but bulk on pairing them together because perhaps the tones aren't exactly on. That is perfectly acceptable, add a belt to break it up or top it with a camel blazer to add another dimension. When faced with the challenge of what shoe to wear with a winter white look, a nude heel or bootie would be perfect, or a light or white fashion sneaker if the look is more casual and animal print if you want to make a statement.
Here are 5 white after Labor Day looks to inspire you to try it out.
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Maybe I've just been away from most of my clothes for too long, but I am craving a real legit shopping spree. Two-thirds of my wardrobe is in storage while we transition into our new (yet to be found) home, that includes the entirety of my fall wardrobe. Girl doesn't even have one sweater in my possession! All I have is about a 50 piece capsule wardrobe. I have been loving capsule wardrobe living for the most part, but for fall I am looking for some good, quality fall classics to add to the mix and make my current capsule more seasonal appropriate. In one of my most recent closet clean outs, I ditched the cropped glen plaid blazer I bought for interviews in 2006. I would like to replace with an updated style. I love the cute little denim dress on the list, would look darling with a t-shirt and sneakers and equally cute with boots and a turtle neck. I've forever been coveting a pair of traditional Swedish clogs and the blush babies below are perfect! Probably my favorite item on this list is that suede wrap skirt, it is so fabulous!
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Thanksgiving, it's always a great mystery of what to wear for this holiday. You want to dress up a little, but still want to be cozy as you stuff yourself silly, drink wine and play games. You need comfy layers, but want to be able to let air in if you are stuck in the kitchen cooking away. I found what I think is the perfect look, a maxi wrap skirt with a light weight cashmere sweater. This skirt, scored on Poshmark, is in my favorite color of the season, rust, is a wrap skirt, while it's not stretchy, it's a tie, so easily adjusted after a long night of gorging. The sweater is a staple in my closet, a simple boyfriend cashmere v-neck. Topped with a suede moto jacket and a fur scarf gives you the cool factor and keeps you toasty on your post-dinner walk.
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Fall is my favorite season, but the "traditional" fall color palette leaves something to be desired in my book, especially when it comes to weddings. There are plenty of ways to bring in a prettier, more feminine palette and still add in touches of the season. Here the blush mixes beautifully with the earthier rose color as well as the deeper purples. I love how the natural cotton and wood textures make it feel a little cozier and more seasonal with out screaming fall. And of course some white pumpkins are a touch I always love.
Hello October! So excited about this month of haunting and halloween festivities! As much as we stand for bright and airy and colorful, we love a moody event that showcases black. While it's an everyday color, it's rare to see brides embrace the darkness, but then October comes along and we get to play with some fresh, dark tones.