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L'Orangerie

How do you prefer your dose of this high intensity hue?
Vena Cava Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear
{Vena Cava}
Subtle and chic?
Tory Burch Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear
{Tory Burch}
Eye-catching with neutrals?

Halston Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear
{Halston}
Or all-out orange?

11 comments:

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

I love the bright orange dress but for interiors maybe a more subtle version

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

i def like small doses of it - i like just a pop of it!

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hip hip gin gin said...

Definitely subtle and chic. With outfits usually scarves or jewelry (sometimes even shoes), and in the home pillows, blankets, small items is the way to go. I feel like you really get to appreciate the intense color more in small doses. When the whole room is that shade your eye desensitizes to it quickly.

Cara said...

I am def using pops of orange in my decor!

Robyn said...

If you are wearing it, go all out with accessories. If you are decorating with it, use it in big punches of wow like floor cushions, drapes, poofs.

Miss K said...

I love orange and will take it anyway!

Audrey Marie said...

i like orange in the home but only an accent! in fashion though i think its so arresting when there is one bold piece (like that dress!!) or the pants at monique lhuillier.

Averill said...

Love it both ways! Looks especially chic with beige a la Tory Burch and MWM.

Averill said...

Love it both ways! Looks especially chic with beige a la Tory Burch and MWM.

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Zesty, love it!

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Shannon @ Sit.Relax.Gossip. said...

I used to be completely against orange, but it has grown on me a lot. Especially as a punch to a neutral room/outfit.