What do you think of this full-figured trend?
Keeping warm when the days get chilly doesn’t mean skipping out on cute style. With the right pair of mittens, that perfect scarf, a chic little hat and a gorgeous coat, you’ll be toasty warm and perfectly trendy, no baggy, hooded sweatshirts required.
If you’re inspired by these looks, take a peek at some of my favorite, retro-style coats from Lulu*s! Featured below is the Sherlock Trench Coat, the Fonda Coat, the Lennon Coat, and the gorgeous Quinn Coat!
Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss, looked stunning at the L.A. premiere of her new film Get Him to the Greek. Here she is with Mad Men co-stars John Slattery and John Hamm, with girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt.
Moss will be playing the role of Daphne Binks, graduating med student and girlfriend to co-star Jonah Hill. I love Moss in Mad Men and can’t wait to see her on the big screen! Make a date to see Get Him to the Greek which releases this Friday, June 4th!
You may know Elizabeth Moss as the smart and determined, Peggy Olson on the hit series Mad Men. Moss’s character is kept mostly under wraps in Season 1 and most of Season 2, sporting 50′s style high collars, buttoned up cardigans, long wool skirts and an ever present ponytail all while her costars get to don elegant gowns, gorgeous jewelry and polished updos on a daily basis.
Despite all the layers, it’s hard even on the show to hide Moss’s captivating beauty, which is why I was thrilled to see her photo shoot in WWD’s Accessories Issue from Feb 2010. Moss is a classic romantic in these pics with her loose waves and red lips. The styling by Roxanne Robinson-Escriout perfectly combines soft feminine pieces with daring metallics, while the photography of Diego Uchitel really adds a dreamy quality to the whole look.
Red hair is as rare as it is beautiful. A vibrant color that always catches the eye, it’s as equally breathtaking in its natural shade as in its artificial versions. Christina Hendricks, who plays Joan on the hit series Mad Men is almost single handedly responsible for making me want to dye my dark brunette locks a vibrant shade of red.
A hair color that requires a lot of upkeep, going red and staying red is a quite a commitment. It’s also crucial to capture the right shade of red for your skin tone, whether it be warm-toned and coppery or on the cool side of the spectrum with purple undertones, etc.
Have any of you lovely ladies gone a daring shade of red? If so, any tips for making it last? Also, please share what you love about being a red head!