Orange-licious

11 Jun

Orange and pink interiors

House of Lolo color block dress

Moroccan Theme Tablescape

Tropical styling

Color block fashion

orange lips

Blood Orange Margarita

orange chunky necklace

adventure quote

Ever since I was little & found out my older sister’s favorite color was orange, I immediately declared it mine too. It hasn’t really changed since then. I love how vibrant & positive this color is.

I dream of having an insanely bright room in my home someday.

By now, it’s obvious I love everything that House of Lolo carries. This dress is perfect for work-play transition, date night, a wedding, sunday brunch…yup, it’s perfect.

Camille Styles always knocks it out of the park when it comes to entertaining. I especially love the oranges in this moroccan theme table-scape. Such a simple, colorful & playful accent. Check out the Moroccan themed bridal shower I planned for my sister for more inspiration!

Can I just teleport myself into this tropical photograph, bikini and tan included?

Color-blocking at it’s extreme & finest.

Love the orange lips, orange brows, big curly brunette hair & faint pink tipped nails.

A blood orange margarita is probably my favorite cocktail. Oba is one of our favorite restaurants in Portland and has the best blood orange margaritas. It’s so good, we had our rehearsal dinner there (and it was delicious).

If anyone knows where to purchase this ridiculously awesome statement necklace, hook a sista up!

Can’t have a Monday color post without a positive quote to jump start this week! This quote is fairly self explanatory and I hope everyone adds a bit of adventure to their step today.

Carpe Diem,

Mandy

3 Responses to “Orange-licious”

  1. Amy Shaughnessy June 11, 2012 at 1:22 pm #

    That statement necklace is incredible!!

    Amy

    fashionandbeautyfinds.blogspot.com

  2. kirsten June 11, 2012 at 10:18 pm #

    Orange…such a FUN and bold color. LOVE!

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