Who knew colors could have such an impact? More
Powder pink isn’t just for baby blankets and dolls anymore. More
Mindy Kaling‘s love of color will make you want to wear something other than black. More
Add a hint of color to your beauty look without looking like an 80s prom queen. More
Apparently you can never have too much blue eyeshadow. More
Here at The Gloss, we tend to shy away from the too-common bullying language of many fashion publications–5 Designer Items You Need Right Now! 5 Bags Everyone Will Have!, etc–because it’s unrealistic and obnoxious (no one needs a designer anything, for one).
However, for those of you who like following fashion but feel no obligation to spend a month’s rent on a damn handbag, one very easy way to translate the runway to your regular old wardrobe is with color. By incorporating the season’s biggest shades–whether through recycling stuff you already have or buying something new–you’ll achieve roughly the same effect as wearing trendy, eye-catching (and super expensive) runway pieces. Next Spring, these are the colors you’ll be seeing. More
Men of a certain ilk have been rocking bright colors for decades now. More
I stain my lips with the blood of my enemies, but that says all too much about me. What does your lipstick shade say about you, normal human person? More
Your brain is so weird. Want to see how weird it is? More
Look at how pretty she looks in this colorful Richard Avedon picture!
These mugs are mugs that would make every morning begin with me thinking about how much I like my mugs. More
Unless you’re a color expert, in which case this is probably some pretty trivial shit to you. More
Spring is finally upon us, and I know I’m not alone in my desire to slough off the black-on-grey-on-black look that has defined my wardrobe for the past few months. However, I’m not willing to fall into the ubiquitous “florals for spring” trap yet again; something new needs to happen. One thing that attacked the runway this season was head-to-toe bright, monochromatic color. Although this might seem too extreme to translate into your closet, there are definitely ways to make it look fierce and innovative. Be careful though, lest you wind up looking like a remnant of the Cubist movement.
The Dutch painter Piet Mondrian may have been a pioneer in non-representational art in Paris in the early 20th century. But far too often, his influence is terribly visible in wardrobes today. Although his work is art, Mondrian’s work should hang on your walls, not your body. Just say no to neo-plasticism. More