Runway Highlights From Left: Proenza Schouler, Alexander
Turquoise is super hot for Spring and Summer 2010 and I’m so
glad! Bright turquoise evokes images of bright blue ocean waters on crisp sandy
beaches, and who isn’t dreaming of that this winter? A turquoise necklace pops
with a neutral outfit and turquoise sandals take your outfit from boring to
Searching the color turquoise will bring up a gamut of
colors, from bright blue to pale aqua, so don’t be afraid to wear the whole
spectrum! As a general rule, pair silver jewelry with the cooler tones and gold
and brass with the warmer hues.
1) Braided Bikini – $78 and $68 – Anthropologie; 2) Bijoux Heart Earrings – $260 –
Net-A-Porter; 3) Chain
Embossed Bag in Teal Glaze – $69.50 – Banana Republic; 4)Wet ‘n’
Wild Liquid Liner in Turquoise – $2.99 – Drugstore.com; 5) Golden Foliage and Turquoise Nest – $22 – ERMoriginals; 6) Shoshanna Shirred Strapless Dress – $365 – ShopBop; 7)Turquoise and Amazonite necklace – $290 – AN Original Jewelry; 8) Pasiley
Embroidered Silk Blouse – $325 –
Net-A-Porter; 9) Deerskin Leather Keychain – $15 – Medicine Bags by Desi; 10)Navajo Turquoise and Sterling Silver Cuff – $270 – AllTribes; 11) Saahara Sandal in Turquoise Suede – $49.95 – Steve Madden
details to keep the trend fresh, like wearing turquoise in a traditional Native
American turquoise cuff. Pairing leather with turquoise is a great nod to
Southwestern fashion and it’s a surefire way to stand out from the crowd.
For a hot summer look, pair turquoise eyeliner with shimmery
gold eye shadow. This flattering duo looks great on all skin types and is an
easy way to summer-ize your beauty routine!
By Bria Berger