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Summer holiday style inspired by the one & only Blair Waldorf—
Keep your style crisp year round with a classic combination.
RED, WHITE AND BLAIR! Season 1 Ep 18 “Much ‘I Do’ About Nothing” As the episode concludes Blair is packing for a summer getaway with Chuck Bass. Dress is vintage by Enza’s on Second Ave in NYC. Bag by Luis Vuitton, YSL shoes. See this pin and my other boards on Pinterest!
RED, WHITE AND BLAIR! Season 2 Ep 4 “The Ex-Files” As the episode progresses Blair feels Serena is increasingly replacing her as Queen of Constance. See this pin and my other boards on Pinterest!
RED, WHITE AND BLAIR! Season 3 Ep 2 “The Freshman” begins with Chuck seeing Blair off to move into her dorm at NYU. She is in full Blair mode in this Victoria Beckham peplum dress and white accessories. See this pin and my other boards on Pinterest!
RED, WHITE AND BLAIR! Season 3 Ep 22 “Last Tango, Then Paris” In the final scenes of Season 3, Blair wears this boat print, nautical theme blouse and red pencil skirt with matching D&G pumps as she packs (and convinces Serena to join her) in Paris for the summer! Bon Voyage! See this pin and my other boards on Pinterest!
RED, WHITE AND BLAIR! Leighton Meester was spotted (in real life!) headed to Sirius XM Radio in New York City wearing Giambattista Valli. See this pin and my other boards on Pinterest!
RED, WHITE AND BLAIR! Last but not least, Chuck’s J.Press scarf (aka Boris) is not to be left out of our Red, White & Blair lineup! See this pin and my other boards on Pinterest!
“Costume designer Eric Daman often put Leighton Meester’s “Gossip Girl” character in red, white and blue, but, he says, he also was keenly aware of balance, which doesn’t mean even. Stars are OK, stripes are OK, and sometimes they’re even OK together, but it’s easier to wade into overkill territory that way.
His favorite trick is a nautical theme: It could be a blue-and-red striped bateau neck top with white jeans, or a blue-and-white striped rugby with washed-out red chino shorts. “It’s a very Nantucket way to do it,” says Daman, a style adviser to retailer Century 21. A navy blazer, red tank and white pants offer a slightly dressier look.
And then he kicks it up with accessories, maybe red shoes or red bag, but…” (read more at news.yahoo.com)
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Emmy Award winning stylist and costume designer, Eric Daman shares summer fashion tips.
—BY PJ GACH (WWW.THEQUEENOFSTYLE.COM)
If you’ve watched Gossip Girl or The Carrie Diaries, you’ve seen Eric Daman’s work in action. He’s a top notch stylist and costume designer who has made actresses look phenomenal on screen. Eric has also collaborated with top brands like Swarovski, DKNY and Charlotte Russe— creating coveted limited edition collections that have flown out of stores. Now Eric Daman’s been selected to be Century 21 Department Store’s latest brand ambassador, lending his expertise on what to buy and how to wear this summer’s hottest styles. I got a chance to meet Eric at the newly expanded Century 21 flagship store. CONTINUED
AnnaSophia Robb’s Natural Tonality Is Really Spring—
As Carrie Bradshaw She’s A Girl Styled For All Seasons!
ASR’s cool blue eyes, fair hair, and rose gold skin tone means she’s a shoe-in for the colors normally known for their popularity in Spring: lilac, tangerine, butter, soft gold, turquoise— the range of colors budding in a blooming spring bouquet.
#Fashion411: I’m using my styling technique known as “face-framing”. I use colors and tones that complement her natural coloring, so I can add other colors to harmoniously expand my range of styling possibilities. AnnaSophia’s frosty, metallic-purple, oversized neck chain creates a visual segue to her fuschia belt, a more saturated variation on the pink in her top.
A graceful transition from light to dark allows the styling to move from Spring colors, into deeper-toned Summer colors, and further into the rich deep floral pattern of her skirt and underlying purple crinoline, normally considered a Winter color. Finally I can transition into the full deep rich midnight-indigo tone of her shoes.
Framing your face means understanding your native palette.
It’s your greatest asset no matter what “season” you are.
From there you can wear any other color you like…
As long as you’re careful to frame your face!