Posts tagged color crush
Color Crush: Terracotta

today's color crush post is down to earth AF- literally. i'm so into all of the natural, earthy tones popping up all over the place lately, and terracotta is my current standout fave. it's showing up in home decor, textiles, makeup, and even workout gear right now, and it gives everything such an inviting warmth. another thing i love about this color? it pretty much works all year round, season to season. 

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Color Crush: Aubergine

it's the holiday season, and these chilly wintery months are perfect for bold, rich, jewel tone colors. i'm currently obsessing over everything aubergine- a gorgeous, deep shade of violet with a really beautiful blend of both warm and cool tones. it's beautiful on pretty much anything- dresses, shoes, accessories, interiors, exteriors, lids, lips, and just about everything else. i think a bold aubergine lip would be totally amazing for a holiday party, and i'm officially on the hunt for the perfect lipstick in this swoonworthy color. read on for some serious velvety aubergine inspo.

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Color Crush: Peacock Blue

peacock blue - the color i'm currently obsessing over - seems to already be a hot hue for 2017. lately i feel like this incredibly gorgeous shade of blue/green is EVERYWHERE and i'm so into it. peacock blue is such a perfect mix of cool blues and cozy greens and it works for everything from kitchen cabinets to date night eye makeup to living room walls. this color can be rich and make a giant statement or it can be surprisingly fresh and calming. not to mention, its namesake bird is pretty incredible. apparently there are tons of them in southern california, because literally everyone but me has seen one running around somewhere, but i have yet to stumble across any LA native peacocks. here's hoping.

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Color Crush: Cobalt Blue

a few months ago, my husband and I took a road trip up the Cali coast. we stopped off at hearst castle, which is this huge ass castle that a guy named hearst built for fun because he was rich and loved the views from the top of the hill (probably more to the story than that but that's pretty much all i remember from the tour). i guess i was too busy obsessing over the unbelievable floors

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