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The 10 Best Designer Lingerie Picks in Lemon, Lime, and Orange
In the middle of the summer, sometimes we want to celebrate the fresh and fun feeling of the season by wearing happy bright colors. And conversely, in the middle of the winter, when we need all the Vitamin C we can get, we often turn to those same fresh picks in color-saturated shades of citrus. 'Cause what better way to get an instant mood boost than wearing lemon, tangerine or orange on a grey day? Even the less flashy among us can play this - with loungewear and undies that only they and a privileged few can see. Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated a list of 1o fresh picks in luxury designer fashion lingerie and loungewear in citrus colors like lemon yellow, lime green and orange - including bras, panties, sweatpants and more.
12 Sage Green Style Options to Celebrate the Iconic Color of 2022
The votes are in, and it's unanimous: the leading luxury paint brands have decreed that a soft shade of sage green is the color that best captures the zeitgeist of the year 2022. Of course, each brand has a different name for this grey-green hue. For Benjamin Moore, it's "October Mist." For Farrow and Ball, it's "Breakfast Room Green." Call it what you like, here are 12 of the best sage green style options in fashion, accessories and home décor in homage to the leading paint brands' official color of the year for 2022.
how to wear the latest hot luxury color: mint green
It’s official: the new hot luxury color is mint green. Some are even saying it’s the new millennial pink. But let’s not get crazy. It may not displace pink, but it’s definitely showing up in lots of places. Some call it mint green, others have named it “neo mint.” Why is this a Thing now? And how do you wear such an unusual color? Dear reader, read on.
Wardrobe Secrets: This Holiday, Green is the New Red
Juniper, holly, spruce, fir, evergreen, forest, dark billiard, or climbing ivy – it goes by many names. But the smoky, deep, mysterious, earthy shade of green that is showing up in holiday deliveries for many contemporary brands is delicious. For our money, it should totally displace red as the color of the season this year. We first encountered this shade – which looks great on everyone – when perusing the racks at Neiman Marcus. It’s not a shade that will jump out at you online. Even at retail, it’s quiet and shimmering, which is part of what we love. It feels festive, but not showy. Fun, but not loud. Grownup, but not dull. And it’s not shouting “holiday” in a way that will make you feel that you can’t wear it after New Year’s Eve. This is actually a perfect shade for apres-ski that will take you straight through March. And hey, who cares if you don’t ski? You’ll look as if you do, and that’s totally fine.

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