Great Color Combinations for Summer

Great Summer Color Combinations

I’ve been watching Royal Pains on Netflix – a series about a concierge doctor set in The Hamptons during the summer – and am kind of blown away by how well the costume designer, Caroline Duncan, works a color wheel. Not only are her color combinations for each character amazing, she also color coordinates each scene…

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The White Wardrobe of 1938

The White Wardrobe of 1938

In the summer of 1938, consort Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) became a style icon on a state visit to France by tackling an old problem in a fresh new way. Most people don’t think of her as a style setter – the feathered hats and pastel dresses seemed out of date in her…

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10 Mistakes Women Make With Their Business Attire

10 Mistakes Women Make With Their Business Wear

Is business attire still important? With retail stores closing and “athleisure” becoming the clothing of choice, it’s easy to think that how you dress for business really doesn’t matter any more. But nothing could be further from the truth. Because the psychology behind business clothes hasn’t changed since the Renaissance.  People have just gotten sloppy,…

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25 Fashion Movies and TV Shows You Can Watch Online Right Now

Fashion Movies and TV Shows | Grace of Monaco

If you like watching fashion movies and TV shows, you’re in luck. Because there are dozens of movies, documentaries, and TV shows that are either about fashion or feature great fashion, and they’re just a few clicks away on your favorite device. They do require a subscription to Amazon Prime, HBO, or Netflix. If that’s…

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How to Wear Pantone’s Color of the Year 2017

Pantone's Color of the Year

Pantone announced its “Color of the Year” for 2017 in December, and the looks creative fashion lovers have come up with since then are amazing. But who is Pantone? And what, exactly, do they do? Pantone is a color company that started in 1963 to help identify, match, and communicate color so the graphic arts…

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