This photo of Cameron Diaz at the Met’s Costume Institute Gala went straight into the inspiration file the first time I saw it. The color combination is so vibrant and striking.
I was reminded of this photo when I picked up this gorgeous Amrita Singh bracelet as a little Christmas gift to myself a few weeks back. I’ll be pairing it with a similar colored dress to conjure up a little Cameron tomorrow night.
With Pantone declaring turquoise the color of 2010, what better way to ring in the new year then rocking my new bling!
Better yet, according to Pantone turquoise is “believed to be a protective talisman, a color of deep compassion and healing, and a color of faith and truth, inspired by water and sky. Through years of color word-association studies, we also find that Turquoise represents an escape to many – taking them to a tropical paradise that is pleasant and inviting, even if only a fantasy.”
Based on that description, I can’t think of a better color to welcome in the New Year! Happy New Year to you and yours!
Imagine my surprise after buying this coat
on a whim from Forever21….
When I spotted its twin
at J.Crew for almost five times the price!
Gotta love when that happens!
For once, it wasn’t too difficult to choose a color for my manicure/pedicure. With red Christmas decor all around, what could be more festive?
Since much of the east coast has been blanketed in a foot or more of snow I thought I would share with you my must haves for surviving in this winter wonderland.
My first necessity for braving out a blizzard is a steaming cup of hot cocoa. Martha Stewart
has a great idea for dressing up your marshmallows. Aren’t they adorable?
Next up, a comfy cashmere sweater perfect for hibernation. This one from Ella Moss
looks like it fits the bill perfectly. *Plus, it’s on sale!
In my opinion, the Wicked Good Moccasins
from LL Bean are the best slippers to weather a winter storm in!
I hope those of you on the east cost are safe, warm, and enjoying the snow! I’m thankful I was able to catch the last plane out of DC late last night. Now I’m home and happy in New England!