|Gucci -- four times.|
I'll report the results at the end of the post. For the moment it's sticky. And, you know how much I hate sticky.
Moving right along. . .
Color Blocking On A Budget
|I think I could consider these as a second pair, resting my rationalization on the tried, tested and trusted theory that a woman can never own too many accessories. C'est vrai (it's true).|
Perhaps you will be blessed with good fortune and find the ingredients for your own creation on the theme or maybe the designer departments -- Gucci, Jil Sander, Marc Jacobs, MaxMara, Loewe, Saint Laurent, etc. -- have slashed the prices and your size is still available. Lucky you.
If not, and if perchance you have never taken to the concept in a big way, but still don't want to be considered démodé, as always, I've got your back.
Glasses and sunglasses from Carrera for example, or, the nail polish chart from French Elle which guides us on how to mix and not match.
The outré on the feet, the less outrageous on the hands. I feel the editors have made an excellent judgement call. I truly do not want Canary or Pistachio or Absinthe or even Canard on my hands. On the other hand (ha!) maybe those colors would draw attention to mindless eating. You know, a brownie held with Vert Lime fingertips for example. I think I'm on to something -- an undiscovered, until this second, diet trick. Remember, you heard it here first.
Juicy Fruit Lips
However, my lips are so glossy I'm not sure anyone would want to kiss me. I see that as a distinct drawback to a beauty product under most circumstances.