Mar 10, 2010

Egyptian Blue- Great Color for Spring!

So this past weekend I was in Paris! (Fashion Week--HELLO!) and I was simply inspired by the color blue! Even the sky tells me, this color is going to be IN!

I went to the Louvre (again) to the Egyptian civilizations exhibit and I was loving all the rich blue color (calcium copper silicate) used in all their pottery, jewelry, and even these figurines collected through all of the tombs! The color "Egyptian Blue" or "Frit" was meant to imitate semi-precious stones turquoise and lapis lazuli and is considered to be the first synthetic pigment.





Inspired by this "Egyptian Blue" (the real color's name), here are a couple of pieces and outfits based around the color that are sure to stand out this spring:



Aqua Ruffled Silk Skirt, Orig $68.00, Now $34, Bloomingdale's

PAIR WITH:
White Cotton Leotard, $28, American Apparel; Sheer Luxe Shapes Pantyhose with Grid Pattern, $25, American Apparel; Franchette Black Patent Leather Pumps, $59.98, Aldo












SHOES


1.
BCBG Paris Anandi Cut Out Patent Flat, $39.95,
DSW

2.
Miss Me Women's Becka-1 Open Toe Studded Pump, $25.17, Endless.com 3. Enzo Angiolini Women's Nexter Ballet Flat, $88.95, Endless.com











Big Buddha Alex Bag, $85, Piperlime.com







AB Studio Colorblock Tiered Dress, $17.70, available at Kohl's

PAIR WITH: Chain-Center Belt, $7.80, Forever 21, Blue London Jean White Moto Jacket, $69.50, Victoria's Secret, and Black Strappy Sandals, $32, Charlotte Russe







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