Filled Up On Pumpkin Pie? Try Wearing The Color Instead Of Eating It

November 20, 2007 by SheFindsKimberly
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Ensembles featuring a bold color are big right now, and one of the most surprisingly wearable of the lot is orange. This warm hue is a great compliment to a neutral ensemble on both warm and cool-skinned gals. Update your daily basics with a shot of this vibrant color. 

To overcome khaki fatigue, try layering a neutral jacket and trousers or skirt with this bright but refined and flattering turtleneck ($24.99) by Issac Mizrahi for Target.

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Similarly, these classic wood and leather wedges ($108) will coordinate beautifully with dark denim for seasons to come. We're packing this pair for a warm weather vacation around the holidays.

Just don't overdo the orange with heaps of self-tanner. Instead, perk up your color with a peachy, pure orange blush like Gilda by Nars.  It may look intimidating on the shelf, but a subtle wash of this color on your cheeks brightens your complexion but won't turn you an Oompa-Loompa shade. 

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