Given the kind of weather we’ve already been having, it looks as if this fall we’ll be zipping into the warmth and security of boots sooner rather than later. No complaints here. And, like the Fall Coat, the Fall Boot has to do a lot, and do it all at once—it has to be, of course, fashionable while also being functional, warm, cool, versatile, color compatible, and able to combat rain, wind, flurries, and possibly snowstorms. From classic flats to the season’s trend-setting over-the-knee boots to the new-found appreciation for suede as a change of pace from leather, and to a refreshing take on fall colors that includes reds and blues, feast your eyes on fall’s five most covetable casual styles.
Felicia by POUR LA VICTOIRE
This classic fall boot in dark brown features a mid-size heel and zippered side closure.
LOWLAND by Stuart Weitzman
Valerie Boots by Kelsi Dagger
Kelsi Dagger consistently breaks down fashion boundaries with unexpected details that appeal to both classic and trendy sensibilities. This over-the-knee suede pairs beautifully with dresses for autumn.
5050 Stretch Suede Boots by Stuart Weitzman
These blue suede Stuart Weitzman boots are a perfect alternative to the traditional black or brown option. Wear them with a simple skirt and white shirt for a minimal look that is equally perfect for the office and for Saturday brunch.
Addison Riding Boot by Trask
Antiqued metal harness straps amplify the equestrian style of a slouchy, tall boot cast in burnished two-tone Italian calfskin.
This fall is gearing up to be an exciting season in the book world—and upcoming books by and about some of the most influential and game-changing women in fashion promise to be especially engrossing. These new releases delve into the complicated lives of women like Diane von Furstenberg, Vivienne Westwood, Elsa Schiaparelli, and Loulou de la Falaise.
The Woman I Wanted to Be
By Diane von Furstenberg
Diane von Furstenberg offers a book simply about becoming the woman she wanted to be—“the kind of woman who is independent and who doesn’t rely on a man to pay her bills.” In The Woman I Wanted to Be, von Furstenberg reflects on her life—from her childhood in Brussels to her days as a young, jet-set princess to creating the dress that came to symbolize independence and power for an entire generation of women. She mines the rich territory of what it means to be a woman, opening up about her family and career, overcoming cancer, building a global brand, and devoting herself to empowering other women. She declares, “I want every woman to know that she can be the woman she wants to be.” (Source: Simon and Schuster)
By Vivienne Westwood, Ian Kelly
Vivienne Westwood: fashion designer, activist, co-creator of punk, global brand, and grandmother. Her career has successfully spanned five decades and her work has influenced millions of people across the world. In her personal memoir, she collaborates with award-winning biographer Ian Kelly to describe the events, people, and ideas that have shaped her extraordinary life. (Source: Pan Macmillan)
Elsa Schiaparelli: A Biography
By Meryle Secrest
Known as the Queen of Fashion, Elsa Shiaparelli was at the helm of a social revolution through clothing. American Vogue, in 1927, presented her entire collection as Works of Art. “Dare to be different,” Schiaparelli advised women, and she lived it to the height as a rebel against convention—social as well as fashion. Meryle Secrest, acclaimed biographer, captures Schiaparelli’s rise to fame, her keen instincts—she was an astute businesswoman—and her incredible journey in launching herself into hats, hose, soaps, shoes, and handbags in the space of a few years. By 1930, her company was grossing millions of francs a year. As Secrest traces the unfolding of this dazzling career, she reveals the spirit that gave shape to this large and extravagant life: a woman—a force—whose artistic vision forever changed the face of fashion and redefined the boundaries of art. (Source: Knopf)
Loulou de la Falaise is the first monograph to celebrate the life and work of the style icon. Renowned for her bohemian chic and daring style as well as for her lightness, nonchalance, and humor, Loulou de la Falaise was not only an influential fashion icon but also a breath of fresh air to the world of Parisian haute couture. The Anglo-French beauty modeled briefly for Diana Vreeland’s Vogue before moving to Paris in 1972 to work alongside the iconic designer Yves Saint Laurent. For almost 40 years, de la Falaise would forge her professional reputation designing extraordinary jewelry and accessories both for Yves Saint Laurent and for her own line. This volume is a life in pictures, with more than 400 images by legendary contemporary photographers. (Source: Rizzoli)
The Fall Coat has to do a lot, and do it all at once—it has to be, of course, fashionable while also being functional, warm, cool, versatile, color compatible, and able to combat rain, wind, flurries, and possibly snowstorms. In other words, the Fall Coat is a fashion statement, but it also needs to be taken seriously. This season features an array of stunning trends:
this autumn’s unexpected colors, fabrics, and designs offer a wonderful opportunity to take the Fall Coat to another level. Here we share with you some of our high-caliber favorites.
This 100% wool coat has its collar and lapels in leather. The concealed metal buckles at the front, tie belt at waist, side pockets, and vent at back add to its sleek elegance. And the combination of dark blue and black makes it an out-of-the-box color choice for fall.
Jacquard Coat with Shimmer by Massimo Dutti
This knit coat in jacquard loom fabric is made in Italy in a wool and shimmer blend. It has a rounded collar, two side pockets, and front concealed press stud fastening. We love that though its rich, autumnal hues are predictable for the season, the added shimmer and sparkle liven up any outfit.
Band-Detail Long Coat, Pale Green by Givenchy
No, this Givenchy coat does not belong in the Spring Collection. The pale green palette is very much meant for fall. Falling below the knees, this longer coat has a banded yoke back, sharp shoulders, long sleeves, and a funky band detail that covers the front closure.
Chain Trim Coat by Moschino
Yes, those are chains. This black wool-cashmere blend coat from Moschino features notched lapels, a concealed front fastening, a flared style, long sleeves and an eclectic gold-tone chain trim.
October ushers in the very important National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It also ushers in the “Buy Pink” consumer phenomenon. This month, women’s magazines and e-zines produce beautiful editorial spreads showcasing lots of glitzy swag that comes with extra benefits: all (or some) of the proceeds generated goes to breast cancer research and charities. A noble endeavor indeed.
However, when it comes to swag of the jewelry kind, a notable lot of designers remind us that we don’t have to wait until October of every year to pair philanthropy with jewelry. Neither must our jewelry-for-a-cause purchases be wedded to the color pink. In this week’s Fashion Friday we spotlight four impressive women jewelry designers and women-led jewelry companies that have ongoing initiatives that combine jewelry with philanthropy: either the proceeds go to a specific charitable cause or customers are offered the chance to support their own initiatives. Philanthropy is beautiful indeed.
Jewelry for a Cause was founded in 2008 by a former lawyer and mother of two, Jessica Mindich. From the beginning, the concept was unique yet simple: design and create inexpensive yet fashionable pieces of jewelry that can be sold at a profit to raise money for various schools and charity organizations. The company now works with artisans from all over the world, helping them to create sustainable lives for their families through their crafts. The company is already responsible for providing more than $400,000 to worthy causes.
Carolyn Rafaelian, the CEO, Founder, and Creative Director of Alex and Ani, created Charity by Design, which serves as a unique division of the company that focuses solely on giving to charitable organizations. Rafaelian creates customized symbolic charms (pictured left) that capture the essence of a charity. Proceeds are donated directly to the nonprofit organization.
In 2002, with just $500, Kendra Scott launched a mini-jewelry collection that has grown today into a global brand. Scott has stayed committed to the company’s founding philosophies— “Family, Fashion & Philanthropy.” With three staples of her collection—Issie Hearts, Seton Lolley Necklace, and Susan G. Komen Austin (pictured left)—Scott donates 20 percent of the profits to specific causes. You can read more about the inspiration for her pieces here.
The Brave Collection is a line of jewelry handmade in Cambodia by talented artisans who come from underprivileged backgrounds or suffer from disabilities. Each piece in the collection is carved and woven entirely by hand. The company was founded by Jessica Hendricks, who spent time as an English teacher in Thailand and is using Brave as a platform to provide job opportunities to women in Cambodia.
In fashion and beyond, the color red always stands out. No matter what color you’re wearing—black, tan, navy, chartreuse, or pink—add a pair of classic red shoes as a perfect final touch and you let the world know that you know how to step out in style. Even adding a simple pair of red loafers can elevate the weekend denim and T-shirt uniform we all find ourselves in. Trust us, red is a new neutral—and it has been for years! Even more, red is back for the Fall season. And as a Fall statement color, it just might be the queen! Here are some of our favorites to help you reboot this fall and amplify your dress code.
Designer: Stuart Weitzman
Designer: Manolo Blahnik
Details: The feminine silhouette, suede details, and on-trend colors showcase autumn style. Features whip-stitch and tassel detailing and leather-lined footbed for added comfort under the foot.
Designer: Ivanka Trump
Details: Pointedly perfect, this is a must for every work and play wardrobe. It features a suede upper, manmade lining and sole, medium heel, and pointed toe.
We all know how to dress for work, a meeting, or lunch with our most fashionable friends. The question, however, is what to wear when you’re running errands, popping out for breakfast, or just waiting to see what the weekend brings. Fortunately, we are living in a time when women on the go don’t need to look like women whose sense of style is long gone.
Here are some alternatives to what used to be called slacks—a downer of a name if there ever was one. A pair of any of these will make you look forward to walking out the door.
‘Uovo’ Tie Front Cuff Ankle Pants, by Weekend Max Mara
Precise tailoring shapes this wool pair, finished with front pleats and a self-tie belt.
- Self-tie belt with belt loop
- Zip fly
- Front pleats
- Side slash pockets
- Cuffed leg
- Back button welt pockets
The Jersey Slouchy, by Eileen Fisher
This slouchy pant has a tapered leg. According to Eileen Fisher, it’s “too chic to be this comfortable.”
- Front pleats, 1 1/2-inch waist with elastic in back, dropped angle pockets
- Light and lustrous, with just the right amount of stretch
- Approximately 27 1/2″ inseam
Flying Monkey Jeans, by Buckle
Don’t let the model scare you away. These jeans work on mature women. They are truly high-waisted, they stretch, and they fit.
- High rise
- Zip fly
- Stretch jean
- Slimming through hip and thigh
Beaded Cropped Pant, by J. Crew
J. Crew says about these pants, “. . . it’s the trim—hand-beaded in an angular pattern from the pockets to the side seams—that makes them so bewitching. They say the devil is in the details, after all.”
- Sits above hip
- Fitted through hip and thigh, with a slim, ankle-length leg
- Off-seam pockets, back welt pockets
- Dry clean
Cashmere Sweats, by 10 Crosby Derek Lam
Yes, these are investment pants, but in midnight blue cashmere you won’t see yourself coming and going, and you will have them forever.
- Elastic drawstring waistband
- Two pockets
- Ribbed cuffs. In midnight blue
- 100% cashmere
It’s Fashion Week in New York City (well, we’d like to think it’s always Fashion Week in some part of the world!). As the fashion community salivates over next spring’s attractions, we’re continuing our focus this September on Jewelry. We believe that one of the easiest and most adventurous ways in which you can discover the power of your individual style is with lush jewels. Last week we paid homage to The Cuff—as a bold statement, a minimalist layer, a work of art, an architectural marvel. (See The Jewelry Edition—Cuff Love.) This week, we urge you to feast your eyes on another fabulous piece of statement jewelry: The Necklace.
Like the cuff, a stunning statement necklace (and by “statement necklace” we mean oversize, decadent, and unmistakeable) can add an instant zsa zsa zsu to an ensemble and re-energize even the simplest of day or evening outfits. It can also provide the most elegant finishing touch.
Here are our five must-have statement necklaces for the fall season. They include palettes for all tastes—neutral, red, gold, smoky blue, and classic black. Be forewarned, however: like the cuff, the statement necklace also functions as a work of wearable art. And remember, the bolder and more playful, the better!
Designer: Kate Spade
Details: A pale palette with gold tones softens the striking silhouette of this necklace featuring a mix of clear and opaque crystals, mother-of-pearl details, a 14-karat yellow gold plate, and a lobster clasp.
Designer: ABS by Allen Schwartz Jewelry
Details: This colorful rondelle, in neutrals of gray and copper spanning to vivid yellow, blue, and red, is strung in a wide sweep within a rose gold-tone mesh, for playful statement style.
Details: Features 18-karat yellow gold, five-tiered pendant with cognac citrine/red agate/cognac citrine triplet, orange citrine/brown shell doublet, orange citrine, clear quartz/black shell doublet, and green gold citrine.
Designer: Alexis Bittar
Details: Smoky blue strands of labradorite, aventurine, sodalite, pyrite form this tressage necklace with crystal embellished vine accents. A lux side clasp is set with clusters of jasper, labradorite and pyrite in textured gold tone bezels.
Details: A cluster of rich, African brass beads, with a statement collar style and gorgeously earthen appearance.
As a piece of jewelry there’s probably nothing more classic and timeless than The Cuff. It can serve in many ways to complement a woman’s multidimensional style—as a bold statement, a minimalist layer, a work of art, an architectural marvel.
Although the fashion blogs might tell us that cuff bracelets are the hottest trend for the fall season, the fact is, they have never gone out of style. Fashion legends Diana Vreeland and Coco Chanel, for example, always considered the cuff a staple because it can easily transition through the seasons and it adds an unmistakable elegance and class to an outfit. Case in point, our own Women’s Voices for Change board member Colleen Caslin’s beautiful handling of a Verdura cuff (featured below) as she was recently profiled and photographed in 1010ParkPlace.
As we wind down the summer and transition into a new season, here are the five pieces, carefully vetted (hard work for us!) from the designers’ brand-new fall/winter 2014 collection, for which we’re feeling some serious cuff love. Be forewarned, however: these pieces function as works of wearable art.
Designer: Alexis Bittar
Details: Hand-carved and hand-painted Lucite cuff with an edge of liquid gold tone metalwork.
Designer: Anndra Neen
Details: Polished gold-tone bangle with textured accents.
Details: Amethyst, peridot, diamond, pearl, mammoth ivory, and gold (left). Ruby, sapphire, diamond, pearl, black jade, and gold (right).
Designer: Michele Lerner
Details: Silver crafted in the image of enveloping wings that are stitched onto black leather.
Designer: Oscar de la Renta
Details: A sculptural, leafy cuff with 24-karat gold plated brass and faceted crystals.
“Most women, when they reach a certain point in their lives, are empowered and truly embrace their life. They aren’t afraid to change and push boundaries, or they become complacent, and there’s not the desire, or the theater in their daily life. Being comfortable in your own skin and not basing your feelings on someone else’s attitude is important.”
Not only were the Tony women dazzling onstage, t they were turning heads on the red carpet as well. Three of the five Best Featured Actress Nominees, Anika Larsen, Lauren Worsham, and Linda Emond, donned jewels by our favorite legendary jeweler, Verdura. Read More »
This Valentine’s Day, glamour lives on at Verdura in its jewelry designs inspired by the world’s greatest love stories. These gems were designed decades ago as love-tokens for the illustrious. Read More »
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As we wrap up summer, we asked several accomplished women of style whom we admire to come up with 10 Sweet Indulgences for the season. This week our invitation went to Susan Sokol—a renowned leader in the global fashion industry whose business acumen and exceptional taste have earned her a reputation as one of the fashion industry’s most highly regarded executives. She has partnered with the founders of iconic brands in president and COO positions at Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Michael Kors, Vera Wang, and J. Mendel.
A lifelong New Yorker, Susan is a frequent lecturer on the fashion industry at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business, where she is Executive in Residence. More recently, Ms. Sokol has become a mentor to the CFDA fashion incubator program, where she has mentored three designers.
Favorite Summer Destination: Bridgehampton continues to be my favorite summer destination. Its everlasting beauty, incredible topography, and gorgeous beaches make it a cherished place where I love being, especially during the summer season!
“A Shady Lane, Bridgehampton, New York.” Image from Flickr via
Current Summer Reading: I just finally finished The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt. I was totally immersed in this page-turner of a book. I am now onto The Orphan Train, by Christina Baker Kline; after only 10 pages I can tell it will be a satisfying read.
What to Wear to a Summer Party: I tend to lean more towards the casual side of dressing in the summer. I love James Perse’s long bias-cut slip dresses in linen/viscose blend fabrics. They are simple, chic, understatedly sexy, look summery, and can be dressed up or down.
Favorite Summer Fragrance: I wear Cristalle, Eau De Toilette by Chanel year round. Its light citrus scent suits me and is imbedded in my skin. At this point, it’s difficult to change things up. I’m a classic girl when it comes to fragrances, so occasionally I will go all out and wear Chanel No. 5.
Necessary Summer Indulgence: I’m learning how to paddle board. Taking the time to learn it is an indulgence!
Favorite House Gift for a Summer-Weekend Invitation: Everyone loves rosé in the summer, so we bring a couple of bottles of chilled good rosé as a house gift.
Favorite Summer Entertaining Tip: Delicious food, using organic veggies, great background music, and keep the wine flowing.
“First Fruits.” Image from Flickr via
Preferred Summer Accessories: I tend to wear a lot of white in the summer, and I bought a pair of Ted Muehling turquoise drop earrings that look great with almost everything I wear.
Current Film on Your List to See This Summer: At the top of my list is Boyhood! Everyone I know who has seen the film has raved, and I am obsessed with seeing it as soon as I can!
As we are now in the throes of summer, we’ve asked several accomplished women of style whom we admire to come up with 10 sweet indulgences for the season. This week we invited Amanda Ross—an internationally renowned fashion director, stylist, costume and jewelry designer, and consultant for celebrities, film, TV series, and designers. She is known for the elegant, refined, and sophisticated eye she has developed through her years as a staple in the fashion industry.
Amanda is the former Market Director at Harper’s Bazaar U.S. Following this venture, she moved to L.A. to become editor at large of C Magazine. Now based in New York City, Amanda has worked as Consulting Fashion Director at Anne Klein and the Fashion Director for Departures magazine, where she had her own monthly column called “Uptown Girl.” In October 2013 she launched her first jewelry collection with Grossé, in Tokyo. She is a N.Y.C. founding member of both the British Fashion Council and React to Film. She sits on the Board of Directors at Free Arts N.Y.C. and is also actively involved in a number of charity projects.—Ed.
Favorite Summer Destination: Il Convento Santa Maria di Costantinopoli, Puglia, Italy.
Favorite Summer Fragrance: Love, Don’t Be Shy by Kilian.
Preferred Seasonal Spa Fix: Pedicures by Bastien Gonzalez.
Favorite House Gift for a Summer-Weekend Invitation: Chocolate covered ginger slices from Laduree.
Favorite Summer Entertaining Tip: Keep dessert simple with Melt Chocolate from London, or watermelon.
Preferred Summer Accessories: Grecian flat sandals by Manolo Blahnik.
Tarren Grecian Sandle by Manolo Blahnik
Current Film on Your List to See This Summer: Woody Allen’s latest, Magic in the Moonlight.
Here’s what’s making our hit list as we comb through the mash-up of fashion blogs and trending-this-week articles to find what’s fashionable, stylish, and—more important—of substance.
10 Classic Films to Inspire Your Summer Wardrobe
Yes! A real reason to spend the afternoon cooling down with Netflix. For this week’s Most Wanted, the Vogue editors took a break from the catwalk and turned to the silver screen for their summer wardrobe inspiration. What’s great about the feature are the direct links to the online shopping sites where you can find the matching looks! And there are some real gems in that top 10—Faye Dunaway in The Thomas Crown Affair, Jean Seberg in Bonjour Tristesse, and Katharine Hepburn in Bringing Up Baby and The Philadelphia Story.
Going Gray: Why I Finally Stopped Coloring My Hair
No fifty shades of gray for this gal. Jennifer McGaha tells us:
Two years ago, I stopped coloring my hair and realized I had unintentionally done something radical. People assumed my long, gray hair was a statement against our culture’s celebration of youth and our rigid conventions of beauty. Or, conversely, they assumed my hair revealed an inherent laziness on my part.
Not so fast. Turns out McGaha has been dyeing her gray hairs since her 20s. But then she stopped as she remembered her mother’s grace and beauty in wearing her natural gray.
Gorgeous Alternatives to the Traditional Wedding Veil
For many women heading down the aisle for the second, third (we could go on) time, a wedding veil is usually not on the priority list. We loved this assembly from Elle of sophisticated, mature, romantic, and gorgeous alternatives to the wedding veil. It includes embellished headbands, woven strands of jewels, and white pearl hairpins.
Beverly Johnson Talks Diversity in Fashion Today
Forty years ago this August, model Beverly Johnson made history as she debuted as the first-ever African-American to grace the cover of Vogue magazine. She recounts what that moment meant for her in this feature for Women’s Wear Daily and also talks about the lack of diversity in the fashion world, where, she thinks, “there aren’t as many African-American models, hair stylists and makeup artists working to the degree they once were and there is a lack of women of color on certain runways during fashion week.”
10 Women Who Prove That Great Style Is Ageless
Four of those 10 women featured are in their 70s, or way beyond! They are the fabulous 73-year-old Jessica Walter—best known for playing the matriarch on Arrested Development; the stunning 84-year-old Tippi Hedren—founder of the Roar Foundation, a nonprofit educational organization that supports the Shambala Preserve, an exotic-animal sanctuary in Acton, California; the very flexible 95-year-old Tao Porchon-Lynch—Yoga instructor and award-winning ballroom dancer; and the tireless 100-year-old Agnes Zhelesnik—considered the oldest working teacher in America. What an inspiring quartet!
As we are now in the throes of summer, we’ve asked several accomplished women of style whom we admire to come up with 10 sweet indulgences for the season. This week we invited stylist Cristina Ehrlich to share with us her favorite picks. Cristina’s style philosophy is a classic, chic and timeless sensibility with a modern edge. Her contributions to the fashion scene span celebrities, editorial, and advertising as well as design. She works regularly with Hollywood’s stars, including Penelope Cruz, Margot Robbie, Julianna Margulies, and Tina Fey. For her unique vision and style she was awarded “Celebrity Stylist of the Year” at the 2012 Style Awards in New York City.—Ed.
Favorite Summer Destination: The Beach.
Image from Flickr via
Current Summer Reading: Just Kids, by Patti Smith.
What to Wear to a Summer Party: A Yvonne Sporre sundress handmade in Ibiza.
Favorite Summer Fragrance: Moon Oil, a beautiful scent from the boutique Warm in New York City.
Warm boutique in New York City. Image via Facebook.
Necessary Summer Indulgence: Throwbed/outdoor mattress from The Hedge House—a fun, chic cross between a mattress and pouf that is light enough to roll up and take on the go.
Sur La Mer Bleu Wide Throwbed from The Hedge House
Preferred Seasonal Spa Fix: The signature stem cell and oxygen treatment from Dr. Harold Lancer.
Favorite House Gift for a Summer-Weekend Invitation: A bottle of rosé wine from my boyfriend’s vineyard.
Favorite Summer Entertaining Tip: Dinner outdoors as often as possible.
Image from Flickr via
Preferred Summer Accessories: Raquel Allegra shredded scarf to keep the sun off my chest; Thierry Lasry sunglasses; and a VK Lillie medicine bag.
Recycled Glove Leather, Quartz crystals Medicine Bag by VK Lillie
Current Film on Your List to See This Summer: Saint Laurent, the French biography drama film co-written and directed by Bertrand Bonello, on the life of Yves Saint Laurent.
In past summers, we’ve celebrated The Black Dress and The White Dress. But we also know sometimes you’ve got to be a little more bold than black or white. Thankfully, the twosome produces a stunning, chic, and modern look fit for warm summer months during the day as well as cocktail hour. In fact, the The Black & White Dress can be more edgy, impactful, artistic, and modern. And yet, with all its modernity, black and white is the most classic of combinations. Here are our five favorite looks for a modern take on an age-old couple.
Chiffon Floral Dress by Oscar de la Renta
This Modern-meets-Victorian look features sharp contrasts, chiffon floral motifs, beautiful illustrations, and a scoop neck.
Monochrome Pleated Dress by Proenza Schouler
The pleats in this dress are simultaneously smart and whimsical. The dress features a round neck, back keyhole slit, upper body layered design, and long accordion-pleat skirt.
Two-Tone Dress by Emilio Pucci
For the office, house of worship, and even cocktail hour, this dress with its v-neckline, short sleeves, and just-on-the-knee length is the ultimate in versatility.
Product code: 34405043im
Silk Tiger Print Dress by Jaeger
In 2000, the British rock band Coldplay composed one of the most beautiful tributes to a color, the color yellow:
Look at the stars,
Look how they shine for you,
And everything you do,
They were all yellow.
I came along,
I wrote a song for you,
And all the things you do,
And it was called “Yellow.”
The song, which was on the band’s debut album, became an international hit and put Coldplay on the map. And, perhaps, we adopted a newfound respect for the color yellow. While most of us associate yellow with sunshine, daffodils, and lemons, the psychology behind the color is rooted in mindfulness, intellect, optimism, and enlightenment. Undoubtedly our fast-paced days could always use a little more of these things. And the fashion world is paying attention. Kat Thomsen at Glamour, who’s on a campaign to crown “yellow as the new power color,” recently deemed it the summer color that looks good on everyone!
Continuing our Fashion Friday tradition of focusing on colors (see our feature on “Going Green for Spring”), we’ve scoured the Web to find some innovative accessories to weave a little bit of yellow into your summer style.