Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Get this Look -- Holiday Cool

1. Elizabeth and James Elephant Ring, $325
2. BKE Cheetah Skinny Belt, $26
3. Mulberry Bayswater leather bag, $1,150
4. T by Alexander Wang Cutout cotton-jersey blazer, $180
5. Givenchy Calf hair ankle boots, $714
6. Top Shop Wrapover Dress by Love, $50
7. DKNY Mesh Bracelet Watch, $135
8. Finley Earrings, Ice, $320
9. Urban Decay Cosmetics - Stardust Bronzer, $24
10. Stila cosmetics eye shadow, $25
11. Lancome 'Juicy Tubes Smoothie' Ultra Shiny Lip Gloss, $18
12. Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour Particuli, $23

When its cold outside cool tones and neutrals take precedent over those bright summer hues we love. However that doesn't mean that you can't add a pop of colour through your accessories to spice your look up either with a funky belt or a statement bag. Neutrals act as a blank canvas because you can pair virtually anything with it and it will work.

Variety is the spice of life and even though its cold out you can still look fashionable and be warm while working a dress or skirt into your winter wardrobe just remember to pair them with thick tights because they look chic and will keep you warm. Just keep in mind that neutrals and darker tones are best, they go with just about anything.

Winter is not an excuse to look washed up, so adding a dab of bronzer on those cheeks and a hint of colour on your lids will surely rejuvenate grey looking skin. By adding some colour back into your life, and some pep in your step that cutie that you've had your eye on at work will surely take notice!



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