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On The Q Tip: Color, color everywhere

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Lime, fuscia, yellow and orange have made their way onto the runways of some of the most talented designers for summer 2004. Unfortunately, many of these fashions show that there can be something brighter than the sun, so I offer this warning: Danger ahead! Do not look directly at any article of clothing bearing any such color. Show the sun who is boss, allow your exterior color to match your interior glow - and nothing more. Do not try to outshine the sun. Reminding me of a bad 1970s disco movie, metallics are back and sharper than ever. Just remember to not overdo it. Gold, silver, gunmetal and bronze are to be used as accent colors for any outfit, not the main theme. Adding glitz and glamour to even the most Plain Jane of outfits, the right colorful accent could be enough so that even John Travolta himself wouldn't be able to control his moves when you strut past him.

Posted 7:20 pm, October 10, 2011
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