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How to Coordinate Your Lunch With Your Outfit

lucesolare: Leomie Anderson by Rahel Weiss for You Magazine (Wear Color)

lucesolare: Leomie Anderson by Rahel Weiss for You Magazine (Wear Color)

Why mix colors when just one will do? It might fly in the face of typical interior design advice, which advocates balance above all things, but sometimes a room that fully embraces a single color can be strangely delightful. Layering the same color in different shades—or a handful of colors in very similar hues—can create a rich, immersive design experience that's as stylish as it is unexpected.

Match Point: 10 Rooms Proving Tone-on-Tone Color Works

a splash of cheery, optimistic yellow (Pantone’s choice is called Lemon Zest) can enhance a kitchen, home office or other space in need of a pick-me-up, says Stephanie Saunders, who styled the vignettes on these pages. Yellow is especially ideal in rooms that get natural light, which will amplify its brightness.

4 fresh colours to jazz up your home Add to ...

a splash of cheery, optimistic yellow (Pantone’s choice is called Lemon Zest) can enhance a kitchen, home office or other space in need of a pick-me-up, says Stephanie Saunders, who styled the vignettes on these pages.

The Seven Best Summer Nail Colors

The Seven Best Summer Nail Colors

<p>Wardrobe Snack is a little editorial project we thought you guys might enjoy! A great monochromatic styling matching with the snacks, styled by Michelle Maguire  and beautifully captured by Kelsey McClellan. www.kelseymcclellan.com</p>

Wardrobe Snack Editorial

wetheurban: “ Wardrobe Snacks by Kelsey McClellan Wardrobe Snacks is the quirky ongoing project of photographer Kelsey McClellan and stylist Michelle Maguire depicting the matchy-matchy situations in.

ODD PHOTOS - Pick up the April Issue of Nylon Magazine to see “Monochromatic” • A story inspired by awkward yearbook photos • photographed by the talented Amanda Jasnowski.

assignmentagency:Pick up the April Issue of Nylon Magazine to see “Monochromatic” • A story inspired by awkward yearbook photos • photographed by the talented Amanda Jasnowski.

Prop Styling by Amanda Rodriguez

Prop Styling the Scandinavian Way

Amanda Rodriguez is a concept stylist based in Stockholm, Sweden. We couldn’t help but be immediately drawn to her choice of warm tones and and creative, geomet

pink monochrome

Pink Monochromatic Sceneries

Brazilian photographer, stylist, and art director Carolina Mizrahi was commission the task of styling this shoot for Old Tat Magazine. The theme is inspired on “Second Life” and the idea of how .

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