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[Rainy Sun Design]

Top: Banana Republic $41.70 (after sale)/Shorts: (c/o) TJ Maxx $9.99/Heels: Just Fab $39.99/Purse: (c/o) TJ Maxx $14.99/Necklace: Banana Republic (old)/Earrings: Charming Charlie $8

Okay, so maybe I’m a tad color-obsessed, but it’s the summer and now’s the time to wear brights so who cares.

Besides, I truly think that wearing the right colors can make you appear vibrant and beautiful. It’s one of the most important things I look for (aside from tailoring) when shopping because nearly anything can be made to look chic if it’s complimentary to your skin tone.

Pink tends to be a universally flattering color on pretty much everyone. For brunettes, almost all shades look great. For blondes, pastel pink looks awesome. And for redheads, the color is unexpectedly flattering depending on type of shade that’s chosen.

When headed to the office, choose a muted shade like a peach or a dusty rose (favorite). If you’re feeling daring, choose a bright shade like this hot pink peplum top from Banana Republic. And during the fall, try wearing a pink that’s infused with berry shades.

You can also incorporate the shade into your outfit with your accessories – with a blush leather cross body or a beautiful pair of perforated pumps (I’m pretty sure I spotted some at Kate Spade the other day).

Be sure to share your feedback below and don’t forget – tomorrow I’m hosting a ‘Back-to-School’ fashion show with Teen Vogue at Macy’s in the Wellington Mall from 2-4 p.m. Stop by for mini-makeovers, sweet treats, trunk show, giveaways and more! To RSVP, click here.

Xo, Stephanie

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