If you could experience color, like you experience taste – chartreuse would be like eating a key lime pie. Sweet and energetic, with an intense citrus infusion that leaves you hungry for more. The color gets its name from a French liqueur called Green Chartreuse, introduced in 1764.
Where did you travel this year? Did you road-trip through Santa Fe, or take that dream vacation to Africa? If you picked up textiles or jewelry along the way put your trinkets on full display! Incorporate your mementos into your wardrobe, to create a one of a kind look that is sure to start a conversation or two.
It's just about time for some Fourth of July fun - hot dogs, fireworks and perhaps a margarita or two! And while you might be tempted to throw on that American flag graphic tee that's been hiding in the back of your closet - waiting to make it's early appearance, we'd like to suggest a more sophisticated alternative.