Call it coral or call it salmon pink, these shades are easy to layer with, mix and match and look great with all skin tones. Keep it in the peachy family with bronze accents, or match with a bright blue for a bolder look.

Get the look:
Tart Collections Jo Dress in Hourglass Ikat
Tkees Sandals in Ivory Sands
Kendra Scott Elle Earrings in Iridescent Tangerine
Kendra Scott Andy Bracelet in Iridescent Tangerine
Illuminaria Flower Diffuser in Apricot Blossom



DIY Ombre Easter Eggs


Easter is this weekend and it’s time to dig in to some crafty activities. I love these Ombre Easter eggs. At first sight, these went straight to the top of the decoration to-do list. It’s an easy project that can be used to decorate a mantel or as a centerpiece for a long table. I chose one color of dye and created a variety of shades by leaving them in the colored water for different amounts of time, creating the ombre look. Try 30 seconds, then 1 minute, 1:30, 2 minutes and so on. There’s no exact science, so have fun!

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