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Could we love Taylor Stitch any more? It’s always been one of our favorite menswear brands. But today, Taylor Stitch  doubled down on its responsible sustainability platform with the groundbreaking announcement of Restitch, a bold buyback program to give your clothes a second life and keep them out of landfills.

“Restitch is our response to the clothing industry’s overproduction issue,” says Mike Maher, CEO and co-founder of Taylor Stitch. “85 percent of all apparel ends up in landfills …. Through Restitch, there is no end of life—only end of use.”

Restitch is quick and seamless. Just download a shipping label at or visit a Taylor Stitch retail store to drop off your old Taylor Stitch clothes. You earn Common Club credit for every donation, from $ 15-$ 25, which you can then put towards the purchase of new Taylor Stitch gear. Your old TS gear is then reconstructed into fresh, one-of-a-kind garments that are resold at a fraction of the price as part of TS’s Vintage Collection.

How Does Restitch Work?

To kick off the program, Taylor Stitch tapped its devoted community, and received nearly 1,500 garments across outerwear, denim, shirting, knits, footwear, and accessories. From that first batch, the team has selected 42 pieces for its first ever Vintage Collection. Each item is a one-of-a-kind garment. From jeans to Henleys to Chore Coats to chinos, the Vintage Collection is awesome—and it’s already selling out. But never fear. Thanks to Restitch, it’s only a matter of time before the vintage Collection is restocked with more diamonds in the rough.

Since its launch in 2008, Taylor Stitch has been committed to making the world’s best clothing in a way that is kind to the people who make it, the places they make it in, and the planet. The company deploys a hybrid selling model, the Workshop, to bet big on proven winners and mitigate making things that ultimately end up as landfill. Restitch is a continued expression of this in that the program ensures the promise of clothing built to last for the long haul, while also dramatically reducing the company’s carbon, waste, and water footprint.

To shop the Vintage Collection and learn more about the Restitch buyback program, visit Taylor Stitch today. And remember to join the mailing list to take 20 percent off your first purchase.

Check out some of our favorite Taylor Stitch gear below.

The Jack in Blue Everyday Oxford

While traditional cotton uses 25 percent of the world’s pesticides, the organic cotton Taylor Stitch uses doesn’t use a drop. Soft to the touch but built for a decade of solid wear, Oxford is a perfectly versatile fabric that looks just as good pressed as it does pulled off the back of a chair. 

GET IT: Pick up The Jack in Blue Everyday Oxford ($ 98) at Taylor Stitch 

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The Short Sleeve California in White Spacedye

Natural buttons and a subtle speckled effect accent this crisp California, and its 4oz organic cotton is rounded out with the tiniest bit of stretch. It’s light, breathable, and pillow-soft—everything you’d want out of a summer shirt.

GET IT: Pick up the Short Sleeve California in White Spacedye ($ 98) at Taylor Stitch

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The Camp Short in British Khaki Ripstop

The Camp Short will distinguish itself anywhere and everywhere thanks to its burly construction and tailored cut (size up if you prefer a roomier fit). Ripstop is a unique weave that is resistant to tearing. But these are made with 100 percent cotton, giving them a softness and breathability suited to everyday wear.

GET IT: Pick up the The Camp Short in British Khaki Ripstop ($ 88) at Taylor Stitch

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The California in Charcoal Herringbone

Soft, yet structured. Organic cotton, hemp, and yak have been woven into a classic herringbone pattern to give this shirt its distinctive texture. 73 percent organic cotton, 21 percent hemp, and 7 percent yak (!), it’s got a tailored fit and high armhole. And it’s the perfect length to tuck or untuck.

GET IT: Pick up the California in Charcoal Herringbone ($ 128) at Taylor Stitch

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Slim Chino in Organic Olive

The most comfortable and hardest wearing chino out there—now with just a hint of added stretch. The custom-milled twill is soft, sturdy, made of 98 percent organic cotton and 2 percent spandex. And it’s tailored throughout the leg with plenty of room to get your hands in your pockets. 

GET IT: Pick up the Slim Chino in Organic Olive ($ 98) at Taylor Stitch

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The Long Haul Jacket in Wool Beach Cloth

It’s not easy to strike a balance between form and function, but the Long Haul Jacket hits the mark squarely. It’s stunning. The textural finish of this fabric is both resilient and versatile. Made of 14-oz. 50 percent wool, 40 percent cotton, and 10 percent nylon, it was custom developed for Taylor Stitch.

The perfect Father’s Day gift? Maybe, just maybe.

GET IT: Pick up the Long Haul Jacket in Wool Beach Cloth ($ 248) at Taylor Stitch

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Democratic Jean in Organic Selvedge

This custom 13-oz 100 percent organic cotton was developed in collaboration with ISKO (industry leaders in responsible denim manufacturing), and offers all of the benefits of traditional denim—including its tensile strength and its unique look and texture—but with a dramatically diminished impact on the environment. 

With a tailored yet roomy fit, it has a medium rise to keep the back waistband against your skin and some extra space. Button fly.

GET IT: Pick up the Democratic Jean in Organic Selvedge ($ 148) at Taylor Stitch

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Sue Wong’s Alchemy & Masquerade 2016 line

Los Angeles Fashion Week launched on Monday, October 5th, with Arts Hearts Fashion showcasing over 30 designers at the runway at Taglyan Complex in Hollywood. It was a week of sexy artistry and provocative showmanship, showcasing new lines from established as well as break-out designers. Sue Wong, Nicole Miller, Amato Haute Couture, Gregorio Sanchez, Mister Triple X, Koco Blaq, Isabella Couture, Amren Tulano, House of Li-Jon, Michael Ngo Couture and many more.

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Sue Wong design 2016

Opening night designer Sue Wong dazzled the invitation-only standing-room crowd with a breathtaking 79 look show of her 2016 Alchemy & Masquerade runway collection of intricately adorned gowns topped with soaring headpieces. The sexy, bold styles rocked the runway shifting between elegant and outrageous, in classical Sue Wong style, straddling the line between couture and wearables, all with dramatic red carpet panache. Starting with black and silver themes, in silk, lace, chiffon and ornate sequined and beading, the luxurious styles alternated from strapless gowns with exotic patterning to evening wear, cocktail dresses, a kaleidoscope of hues shifted through the show until wedding gowns and formal attire ended the evening, continuing to defy expectations with a mythic royal grace, and earthy goddess attraction.

As always Sue Wong brought in additional artists to augment her designs with Jewelry and headdresses that delighted and were extraordinary, including 31 headdresses credited to Maritza Regalado of Atzi designs who confessed to me the theatrical nature of such an ambitious show had its dangerous moments. Backstage during the event drastic re-shaping of some of her head piece designs almost happened when last minute adjustments were required due to model’s head sizes or hair designs that were unexpected. Fortunately for all, the back stage teams kept everything in perfect order as the models hit the runway and every design remain intact.

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Sue Wong’s show was introduced by British actor Max Ryan of “Sex and the City”. And she received a pre-show honor from the the California State Assembly with a special recognition award in honor of her excellence in Fashion across the world. “I’m getting so many awards lately,” she said, “you’d think my career is winding down, but I’m happy to announce it’s just revving up!” she said to applause holding a framed plaque from the city. Her show ended with a performance by her friend pop opera star Michael Peer, who sang the signature song from Phantom of the Opera. Sue Wong continues to show her powerful artistry has perfected the balance between theatrical red carpet wear and artistic form fitting designs, with a career command of her craft unparalleled by many designers.

Giorgio Sanchez

Gregorio Sanchez showed a sophisticated line full of vibrant colors, classy and following the ethnic Mexican touch of his previous collections, linen silk, chiffon, silk and hand embroidered.

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House of LiJon

House of Li-Jon: once again impressed with striking metal and Swarovski crystal creations, which are intricately woven ring by ring to achieve graphic patters and art designs. Her shows last year with her intricate designs were stunning, and this year continues that work with her theme; “Armored and Dangerous”, ready for war or peace if you mumur the right words to her sultry warriors as she takes fashion to the battle fields with a modern stance in the ‘Art of Chainmaille’.

Noa Designs 2016 line designed by Noa Sorell

Tuesday brought an extraordinary turn as Noa Sorrell, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last January at the age of 11, was granted an extraordinary wish from “Make a Wish Foundation” and Arts Heart Fashion, and brought her fashion designs to life on the LAFW runway. An extraordinary story, but while undergoing three months of chemotherapy she found she had a lot of time on her hands, and began drawing and designing clothes in bright colors because it cheered her up. Returning to the sewing her grandmother had taught her, she began to create the clothes in her imagination. She reached out to Make A Wish, and Noah opened up Tuesday’s show with her own collection of childrenswear, an impressive and spectacular feat; “Noa Designs”. She says; “I have worked very hard on a spring collection that that celebrates life with warm lively colors that can make anyone smile. No matter how grey you feel inside. I hope you enjoy it!”

Noa Designs 2016

Noa’s collection opened the Kidswear show, October 7th, a fan favorite which last season drew in celebrity 50-Cent to support his young son Sire’s debut on the runway. Art Hearts Fashion has granted several wishes for Make-A-Wish kids during shows in LA, NY, and Miami highlighting the two producer’s (Erin and Sarah Whitaker) commitment not just to emerging talent, but of working with many charitable organizations.

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Nicole Miller 2016

Nicole Miller, another fashion heavy weight, delighted on Wednesday with her spring line, a powerful collection of colorful, body conscious women’s clothing, from evening wear to cocktail and wedding dresses. Playing with textures and earth tones, and a self professed fabric junkie, Miller’s new designs were eye catching and sleek while remaining feminine. Best known for her timeless yet form-flattering dresses, Nicole Miller draws inspiration from both sides of the pond, as she studied at the Rhode Island Schol of Design as well as l’Ecole de la chamber Syndicale de la Haute couture Parisienne. Her progressive style of clothing has been worn by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Joss Stone, Jennifer Aniston, Beyoncé, Blake Lively and Eva Longoria among others. Her designs have forged a legacy in the fashion world, and always remain sexy as well as aesthetic. Her line is most notable for being so ready to wear.

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Stello “Hotel California” 2016 line

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Mister Triple X Vortex 2016

Mister Triple X had two appearances, the Vortex swim/resort collection, with daring prints with metallic accents, and brought an exciting retro spin with his signature edge. And “One Rose”, which was a more sophisticated expression of his aesthetic. Bold prints, and audacious cuts with metallic accents took the concept of sleek and racy into a high fashion expression. Erik Rosete who designs Mister Triple X is also the founder of Arts Hearts Fashion.

Erik Rosete designer of Mr. Triple X shown here with One Rose 2016 line

After extremely successful shows for New York Fashion Week, Art Hearts Fashion hit the ground running in LA, leading Fashion Week with an impressive 4-day marathon of runway shows, art installations, and a Betsy Johnson installation celebrating her 50th year.

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Cate Blanchett Steps Out in a New, Bold Look for the Red Carpet

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Cate Blanchett has a sense of grace and style on the red carpet that is all her own—it’s just as likely to see her wear a classically elegant Armani Privé dress as it is to see her in a fashion-forward look by Céline. Earlier tonight, the Australian beauty stepped out at the New York Film Festival for the premiere of her latest film, Carol, wearing a designer few will recognize. And yet Yacine Aouadi stole the spotlight with the demi-couture ensemble he created for Blanchett.

“She is a young designer’s dream,” says Aouadi. “The personification of grace, the embodiment of elegance and modernity.” The 35-year-old designer worked at Balmain under Christophe Decarnin and Olivier Rousteing before establishing his own line at couture last July. The dress, a black wool frock embellished with tonal jet petals, features a tulle neckline and sleeves with a distinctive personal, handwrought touch. “The dress actually features some of my personal tattoos,” he says. “I thought, How do you make couture tattoos?” The resulting inky, petaled print certainly makes for a romantic counterpoint to the highly dramatic silhouette. With his first, big celebrity fashion moment under his belt, clearly Aouadi is already making his mark.

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Meet the Makeup Artist Whose Bold New Vision Is Shaking Up Chanel

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With her singular beauty vision, the makeup artist Lucia Pica is bringing a cool new attitude to Chanel.

Lucia Pica’s big love of color should hardly set alarm bells ringing. And yet it has. Literally. At London’s Tate Modern. It’s a Saturday afternoon, and in her attempt to really inspect the brushstrokes and exacting undertones of a Sonia Delaunay masterpiece, Chanel’s new global creative makeup and color designer has accidentally tripped the security borders, and the alarm is now reverberating across the busy exhibition hall. Mortified, the Italian makeup artist slides away from the scene until she safely turns a corner, whereupon she bursts into a fit of can-you-actually-believe-I-did-that giggles.

Bold pops of color are her thing, and Pica—who will be responsible for conceptualizing and developing Chanel’s cosmetics—represents something of a brave move for the French luxury house. She thinks nothing of applying glossy acid orange to lips, dusting lids in canary yellow ombréd-out to sooty black, or artistically painting a single stroke of Wite-Out white just below brows with the style of an Abstract Expressionist. But that’s not all she can do; Pica can just as skillfully turn her hand to a natural no-makeup makeup look. It’s a versatility honed on set with photographers Mario Testino, Mikael Jansson, Alasdair McLellan, and Willy Vanderperre, and backstage at shows like Roksanda and Peter Pilotto. She’s also behind Chanel’s beauty campaigns, making up the faces of Keira Knightley and the model Sigrid Agren.

At lunch at Brawn, one of her favorite local restaurants, not far from her home in neighboring Dalston, East London, she’s wearing vintage black Levi’s 615s paired with a chic white turtleneck. Her oversize stone-colored trench from Armani menswear is jauntily accessorized with Margaret Howell’s foldaway trilby and—what else?—Chanel’s classic monochrome ballet flats and 2.55 bag. “I’m really into black and white at the moment,” she says, smiling and sipping an Americano. “I’ve been Chanelified.

“Coco Chanel was such a punk in the way that she approached style and feminism,” Pica continues. “She gave power to women, made it about how we wanted to look and not about dressing to please others. She pioneered that, and it couldn’t have been easy.” The heavy-fringed brunette pauses before adding, “Yes—I’m reading a lot of her biographies. . . . ”

Pica, who grew up in Naples, was always interested in makeup but didn’t consider it as a career until much later. She moved at 22 to London, where she waitressed, working the night shift at Soho’s lively Cafe Boheme. After completing a brief makeup course, she did a stint at Shu Uemura’s counter and assisted a roll call of legendary female makeup artists, including Charlotte Tilbury.

“I knew she would be a star,” says Tilbury. “She’s got creative vision and really knows her art, film, and fashion references. It’s been great to see her develop her own makeup style over the years, which has a fresh, cool edge to it.” Plus, she adds, “I love her naughty sense of humor!”

Though Pica’s first full collection for Chanel won’t launch until late 2016, she is already clear on one thing: “I want the lineup to be modern and very straightforward. I want it to be super now, precise, and strong.” In preparation, she has been spending her time creating mood boards, gathering visuals that inspire her. Her references are broad: Art Deco postcards, images of Brutalist architecture, a snap of an edgy young girl spotted in an L.A. nightclub, a series of Polaroids of single-stem flowers pulled from the vast congratulatory bouquets she received when news broke of her appointment, and a handwritten note from an ex-boyfriend. When we duck into the florist Grace & Thorn on Hackney Road, a spriggy purple shamrock—otherwise known as a love plant—catches her eye. “Everything translates to a palette or a lipstick,” she says. “Whatever I look at, I see makeup.”


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Hair: Holli Smith; Makeup: Lucia Pica for Chanel

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Ciara Cuts Her Hair! The Singer Debuts a Bold New Crop at the MTV VMA Awards

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After months of championing swingy lengths of hip-grazing hair, Ciara shocked the red carpet at tonight’s MTV Video Music Awards by debuting a dramatically abbreviated new crop. Making a slick counterpart to her black fringed dress, the singer’s obsidian bob fell bluntly along her collarbone. Flat ironed to perfection and giving off a reflective mirror-like sheen, the effect was amplified by her luminous complexion, deep smoky cat eye, and cheekbone-sharpening contouring. Short hair for fall? Just another reason Ciara is the ultimate beauty rule breaker.


Photo: Courtesy of Ciara

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Alyscia Cunningham was fed up with other photographers suggesting to her that she should photoshop the bodies and skin of her clients. So she created her own photo series featuring unretouched, makeup-free women of all ages to highlight just how stunning natural beauty can be.

In January 2012, Cunningham released her photography book Feminine Transitions which features hundreds of unaltered portraits of women with paired with empowering words of wisdom. “I yearned to create something that actually celebrated girls and women in their natural state,” Cunningham told The Huffington Post.

The project includes women of all ethnicities and ages, with women ranging in age from seven weeks to 103 years old. Since the release of the book a few years ago, Cunningham has continued to photograph women and feature their portraits on the Feminine Transitions Facebook page.

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After taking each woman’s photographs, Cunningham chooses a quote that she felt resonated with that woman’s image. Every quote is an empowering message that celebrates each woman and her natural beauty.

“It is my hope that this series empowers little girls to know they are beautiful just as they are,” Cunningham said. With a broader message that “liberates aging women from hiding behind their make-up and hair color (to cover up the grays) and reminds every senior woman who feels that her wrinkles are a negative reminder of growing older, that each line is a story map of her soul and her wisdom.”

She added that she wants “every woman, young and old, all races and colors, to know that they are naturally beautiful. It’s time to stop allowing society to dictate our beauty.”

Check out the bare, bold and beautiful portraits from Cunningham below.

Head over to Cunningham’s website to see more of her work.

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In an article introducing the first annual body hair holiday, Fischer explained her reasons for creating the celebratory day. “As a woman, I’ve been told since I was a teenager that having body hair is gross and that I should remove it no matter what,” she wrote on Bustle. “But I wasn’t uncomfortable with my body hair — other people were. I want people to realize that women and others who have been minoritized for having body hair (or not removing it) are not gross or unhygienic. And that more importantly, we exist.”

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The Brave and the Bold: from Silent Knight to Dark Knight; a guide to the DC comic book – Michael Curry

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The Brave and the Bold: from Silent Knight to Dark Knight; a guide to the DC comic book

Michael Curry

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: November 30, 2014

Publisher: Michael Curry

Seller: Smashwords

The comic book The Brave & the Bold ran for 200 issues from 1955 through 1983. During its run, the best writers and artists in the business introduced us to comic book icons still published today – including the Justice League, the Suicide Squad and the Teen Titans. The Brave & the Bold: From Silent Knight to Dark Knight is an issue-by-issue guide to one of the most influential comic books of the Silver Age and its later volumes, revivals and reprints, up to and including the comic based on the recent excellent animated TV show. Michael Curry, author of Abby's Road, The Long & Winding Road to Adoption and how Facebook, Aquaman and Theodore Roosevelt Helped and Toddler TV: A Befuddled Father's Guide to What the Kid is Watching, uses his gentle (and sometimes not-so-gentle) humorous writing style in a more serious way as he guides us through an index of one of his first loves: comic books! More specifically, the Brave and the Bold! Meet some old friends and long-forgotten characters as the author celebrates one of the best comic books ever printed!

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Big Sunglasses, Bright Scarves and Bold Suspenders Made Up Our Favorite Accessories Of The Week

‘Tis the season for oversized sunglasses, floppy hats and… suspenders?

Yes, you heard us right. This week, Hollywood kept us on our toes when it came to summer accessories. While many stars stepped out wearing classic warm-weather pieces like strappy shoes and statement clutches, others took a more adventurous route.

Whether you want to take a style risk this weekend or play if safe, you’ll find plenty of inspiration from our favorite accessories of the week.

Kate Bosworth’s Bionda Castana heels


These ladylike heels complement her floral dress perfectly.

Karolina Kourkova’s Giuseppe Zanotti purse and shoes


Nothing amps up a LBD like a pair of badass gold shoes and a matching clutch.

Nicole Richie’s Chanel suspenders


Suspenders may have you thinking of Steve Urkel, but not when they are Chanel and on Nicole Richie.

Heidi Klum’s sunglasses


Babe alert! These oversized sunglasses make Klum’s plain jeans and blazer outfit just fashion-forward enough.

Kate Hudson’s scarf


Scarves aren’t just for winter. In fact, a lightweight kerchief is perfect for summer and a little unexpected, so you can bet that you’ll stand out from the crowd.

Rachel Zoe’s hat


Zoe might look like she is dressed for fall, but who can blame her when she looks this good?
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When the celebrities and designers showed up on the 2014 Met Gala red carpet, one of the first things we noticed were the bold lip colors. While there were definitely some great neutrals, oranges and pinks floating around, it was the dark, in-your-face lipsticks that made a glamorous statement.

Since these lip looks were paired with extravagant ensembles, you might think they’re impossible to wear. But, there’s always room for a vampy vibe in our beauty book.

Here are the top dark lipstick looks from the Met Gala that we don’t mind trying ourselves:


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The trick to finding a lip color like Joan Smalls’ comes down to searching for those with a blue undertone. Although bold lips can stand on their own, a swipe of gold lip gloss on top will give your lips added glitz and glamour.

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Brick Brown

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French actress Adele Exarchopoulos might be an unknown face to you, but you’ll remember her after this. Exarchopoulos’ lips were filled in with chocolate-y goodness, and if you’re afraid that you’ll look a tad too ’90s with brown lipstick, use deep reds for a modern touch.

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Vampy Red

beyonce vampy lips

Beyoncé definitely proved the theory that she can do no wrong — especially with that bloody red on her pout. She and Lala Anthony sported similar colors, but Bey’s lips had a richer tone thanks to a mixture of MAC Lipsticks in Cyber and Hang Up.

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Deep Berry

selena gomez deep berry

Selena Gomez always flaunts the prettiest shades of berry on her lips and looks great doing it. A deep raspberry complements an elegant gown, especially when paired with voluminous lashes and neutral eyeshadow.

Try This: Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Berry Couture, $ 7

Let us know what lip colors you’re loving this season!
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