So the color turquoise has been popping up as of late on many the red carpet whether blessing full on frocks or popping with accessories. The cool color is perfect for warm weather, reflecting the clear sky and flattering most skin tones.
Let's take a look at how some of our favorites rock it:
Selita Ebanks looks stunning yet simple in a cool blue thigh length cocktail...
Serena has a similar look, yet jazzes up her ensemble with an embellished neckline and matching shoes...
Beauty Cassie shimmers in an ice blue frock and adds a belt for emphasis...
Angela Simmons, not a fan of full on blue, just adds a pop with a pair of patent turquoise pumps...
...And Ms. Fox follows suit with simple jewelry...
...worn with a neutral outfit.
Get a turquoise look with the following:
Top Row: Silky Knit Banded Dress, $58, www.rampage.com; Miranda Pendant, $148, www.coach.com; Karoo Mark Eisen Empire Tank Dress, $98, www.nordstrom.com.
Middle Row: Enamel Bamboo Hoop Earrings, $17.61, www.asos.com; Sam Edelman Gillian Sandals, $69, www.tobi.com; Cousin Claudine Stretch Bracelets, $125, www. intermixonline.com;
Bottom Row: Fausta Moretti Closed Toe Slip Ons, $139, www.yoox.com; Set Stone Turquoise Ring, $32, www.luckybrandjeans.com; RSVP Yvette Sandals, $65, www.zappos.com.
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