Pops of Color Round Up
November 30, 2009

I hope everyone had a really happy Thanksgiving and stuffed their little faces with turkey and stuffing...and apple pie. And mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes and cranberry relish. And chocolate pie and pecan pie and pumpkin pie. I didn't. Clearly.

So, although I may be a few pounds heavier on this lovely Monday morning, I am full of energy and super excited to start the week as I know that we have some pretty awesome posts coming your way. First up, a Pops of Color Round-Up that our adorable editor Carrie put together for us. You know, that great yellow shoe, the incredible pink clutch. Those little pops of wardrobe color that we all adore so very much. So without further ado, here she is!

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So many of you brides are looking for that perfect little item to add a splash of color to your wedding-day attire. Well look no further, today’s Pop of Color Round-Up is here to give you a little guidance on those bold and beautiful treasures that are sure to add a little sass to your wedding-day look. Pops of Color: Green/Blue

Credits: Urban Outfitters, Etsy-B. Poetic, Etsy-Filo Fashion, Anthropologie, Anthropologie, Anthropologie, Zappos, Zappos, Zappos

Row I: The easiest way to sneak in a bit of color is to go for a super-hued shoe. A fabulously sleek, classic pump in a rich hue, like this pair from Charles by Charles David is a perfect way to bring in a subtle hint of color to your wedding-day attire. For a more dramatic look, this peeptoe by Vivienne Westwood pulls out all the stops to bring you glossy-hues. Double up on texture and color in this maryjane by Nine West. Oh, and the strap will keep you locked in for dancing the night away.

Row II: Choosing jewelry with a little bit (or a lot) of color is a fabulous way to create a colorful look. Here are a few of our favorite from Anthropologie. This cuff is completely decadent and would look stunning with so many styles. For a more vintage look, these posts are beyond gorgeous with brightly toned contrasting stones. For a more delicate approach, go with a bracelet that is heavy on the structure and light on the color, like this unique cuff.

Row III: For a truly vibrant look that will definitely make a statement, go for items that are completely adorable, but removable, just in case you want some pics that are a bit more on the traditional side. For a more laid-back look, I love this bolero by Filo Fashion found on Etsy. For a little shoe glam, I seriously can’t get enough of the B. Poetic shoe clips, all so utterly adorable and in a variety of colors to boot. For a absolutely bold, slightly Parisian look, how stinking cute is this cocktail hair clip with a precious birdcage veil found at Urban Outfitters?

So much more coming up! To see Carrie's Round-Ups, click right here!