One of my perennial faves, Drew Barrymore, arrived at the Cover Girl 50th Anniversary Celebration last night in a bright orange gown. While the silhouette of the dress is somewhat questionable, the color is absolutely vibrant, and the actress looks happy and glowing in her dress. Perhaps it's the Winter dreariness, but orange is captivating me right now. Add some brightness to your home by installing the hue in the form of a Kartell Fl/y light ($300). Or, use it as a side table, stool, or bedside stand with the versatile Cube Accent Table ($90). To shop the rest of the look, just click on each image!
Chez Larsson recently wrote an adorable post all about how she's introduced orange into her home for Fall. She admits she's not a huge fan of Halloween, but just the few elements of orange she chose still really did the trick.
Here in San Francisco, the mania of the Giants' World Series win continues, so a palette of orange and black is everywhere I turn, even though Halloween has passed. The ticker tape from our Giants parade here on Wednesday is also on every street corner downtown, and I'm not sure it'll ever disappear! That said, I think I'm a little orange'd out for now, but I do love how other people are bringing bits of the warm hue into their homes for the season. Do you introduce orange into your home in the Fall?
Julianne Moore made an appearance yesterday at the Lancia Cafe during the fifth Rome International Film Festival, decked out in a chestnut-colored skirt that perfectly matched her hair color. She paired the outfit with a deep pink blouse that added a pop to the chestnut. Inspired by these colors, I looked for some home decor products that used the same color scheme. Two of my favorites are the Amy Butler Lacework Wallpaper in Sunset ($80 per double roll) and the Topo #2 Rug in Orange ($1,000). To shop the rest of the look, just click on each image!
Clockwise from top left: Kena Kai laptop sleeve ($35), Oxio Retrostriper laptop bag ($80), Kena Kai Premium Italian Leather ($200), Birdy laptop bag ($50) and Kroo Orange NYLON Universal Digital Camera Case ($7.50).
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I'm counting the hours until I head to rural Tennessee for the Bonnaroo Music Festival, and while I'm already traveling with a lot of festival-approved tech, these Orange Power Wellies would be an amazing addition to my gadgets.The wellies, perfect for trudging around often-rain-soaked festival grounds, actually charge your phone by converting the heat from your feet into an electrical current. The only downside? It takes 12 hours of feet-heat for one hour of charging — I guess I should just stick with my Mophie Juice Case.
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When life hands you a bunch of lemons, you're supposed to make lemonade. Me? I'd rather spruce up my house with the citrus fruit, 'cause a little squirt of lemon always makes me feel like I'm walking on sunshine. Add a splash of citrus to your home with any of these tart accents!
Orange is one of the happiest colors in the spectrum, and it's a hot shade this season, too. And while wearing a bright pop of it on your eyelids or nails is as far as most of us go, others need a much higher dose of Vitamin C (remember her?). I've found 10 cute, fun ways to wear bright orange. It's enough to make you smile on even the cloudiest days. So to see looks more juiced than the guys on Jersey Shore, just click through.
Of all the Desperate Housewives on Wisteria Lane, it's the newest couple, Bob and Lee, that have the chicest house on the block. In this week's episode, "The Chase," Gabby's neighborly visit gave us a sneak peek at their swanky digs and even a peep into the pending baby nursery. The orange ultrasuede couch is party foul-safe, and the chrome arc lamp makes checking one's lipstick a cinch.
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