By Andrea Stern
You know autumn has arrived when you see green leaves turn orange. Once this happens, fashionistas know that it is their turn to break out their eyepopping and fashionable orange colored clothing. During the cooler months, while many gravitate towards darker colors, you can brighten up your wardrobe by taking cues from many designers who have shown various ways to incorporate this fun color into their Fall collections. Gucci and Hermès prove that you can wear an orange jumpsuit or an orange pantsuit and still look sleek and sophisticated despite the boldness of the shade. Others who might be more hesitant to pull off such a dramatic look can still be trendy by wearing a pair of Tod’s driving shoes or a Tod’s purse that perfectly accents any look. No matter which approach you take to adding the color into your fall fashions, you will definitely look outstanding in orange.
Beauty Products to Keep an Eye On
Sarah MacNamera’s multi-functional breakthrough 3-in-1 formula “Miracle Skin Transformer SPF 20” is set to launch at Sephora in Century City on September 15. This cutting edge product provides anti-aging benefits, covers any imperfections, shields the skin from the suns harmful rays, and hydrates the skin all at the same time.
Also be sure to check out famous Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Ronald Moy’s face products that include a DNA Night Renewal, DNA Defensive SPF 30+, and DNA Intensive Renewal. You can purchase Dr. Moy’s effective products at his office at 421 N Rodeo Drive,#1.
Dr. Moy is the President of the American Academy of Dermatology,a Professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA,former co chief of UCLA’s Department of Dermatology, and former chief of Dermatologic Surgery.
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