The Spring 2008 collections were full of bold & bright colors, and it won’t be long before those cheerful hues infiltrate our city streets. I’m all for pairing bright shoes, bags, & accessories with my ensembles, but one color that is virtually non-existent in my closet is the color ORANGE. I’m not sure why exactly I’ve steered clear of the hue for so long, but I think it has something to do with my pale skin. I’ve always associated Orange with those blessed with skin a shade darker than ghost. Anyone with a tan can rock Orange without a second thought, but I’ve been reconsidering the color for myself. I am learning to love the color…to me it is modern, fresh, & cheerful three things that we could all benefit from by upping our daily intake! As such, I find myself increasingly drawn to all things citrus! Here are a few items that are guaranteed to rid you of your winter blues!

top: Foley+Corinna Paillette Tank $323 @ ShopBop; Gumball Machine Necklace $128 @ Anthropologie; James Coviello Velveteen Dress $435 @ Honey In The Rough via Refinery29 Shops; Jacinthe Bag $488 @ Anthropologie; Tory Burch Reva Ballet Flats $195 @ Tory Burch;
Karen Zambos Vintage Couture St. Barts Dress $350 @ ShopBop;

middle: Yarborough Merino Bangles $42 each @ La Garconne; Limited Edition Lomography Fisheye Camera Orange $38 exclusively @ Urban Outfitters; Scroll Tray $14.95 @ CB2; Saffron Ballet Flats $78 @ Banana Republic; Orla Kiely Crayon Crocus Tote $178 @ Anthropologie;

bottom: L.A.M.B. Handbags Los Feliz Beverly Tote $395 @Shopbop; Chie Mihara Shoes Chiwawa Mary Jane Sling-Back Sandal $330 @ Shopbop; Seal of Approval Clutch $68 @ Anthropologie;Stems & Branches 2008 Schedule Book $20 @ Three Potato Four;

2 Comments on Color of The Moment: Orange

  1. Rachel
    February 2, 2008 at 9:20 pm (10 years ago)

    I dig the orange, something new. You’ve got a great flare.

  2. paisleystclaire
    February 4, 2008 at 12:14 pm (10 years ago)

    Great collection, makes me think twice about orange. Love the fashion week layouts too. Great job.