easy being green.

anthropologie top; zara skirt; michael kors watch; j. crew bracelet; manolo blahnik pumps

Pretty sure you all know my affinity for color by now.  In fact, I’ve nearly conquered ROY G BIV with the help of today’s outfit, which revolves around G for green.  It’s not just for Kermit the Frog and St. Patty’s Day.

Green is a surprisingly easy color to wear.  And I’m not talking sissy shades like olive or forest.  Let a bold, kelly green skirt pop against neutral-colored top and shoes.  Add a touch of gold for extra polish.  See?  Not so hard is it?

marry gold.

topshop dress; h&m belt; michael kors watch; cc skye bracelet; jessica simpson heels

Yellow might be a totally underrepresented color in my closet, but I think it’s one of the most flattering colors for a variety of skin tones.  You might associate yellow with sunshine and summertime, but the marigold hue on this dress is perfect for fall.  Pair it with some gold accessories and you’ve got instant class!

just beet it.

It’s been a while since the last time I shared a juicing recipe, but here’s what I’ve been sipping on most recently: beet juice.  Yum right?  … Okay, I know beets aren’t usually the first ingredient that comes to mind when juicing, but this concoction packs a fruity taste full of great nutrients (beta-carotene, folic acid, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and more).

For the juice (found in this book), I used one beet, one orange, one granny smith apple, two carrots, and an inch of fresh ginger (not pictured).

Throw it in the juicer (best investment ever) and voila!  The mix turns into a gorgeously vibrant drink that tastes as good as it looks.