Drink It In: Wine-Colored Accessories
Oprah.com | From the August 2012 issue of
O, The Oprah Magazine
"If you're afraid of color, wine is a good way to dip your toe in. It looks fantastic with gray, camel, and black—and fresh with brights." —
creative director Adam Glassman
Fun Facts: How to tell your shades apart? Burgundy is a deep red, claret is a purplish red, and maroon is a brownish crimson.
Plush touches—gold-toned hardware, braided details—make this pebbled leather bag an instant classic.
Michael Michael Kors, $278
Ankle booties are evening-worthy with peekaboo straps and a subtle sheen.
Alexandre Birman, $995
Red beads look fabulous with a white button-down.
R.J. Graziano, $85
With room for your PDA, lipstick, and credit card, this leopard cross-body bag is perfect for a day of weekend errands.
Exotic drops get an extra dose of drama in a ruby shade.
Joan Rivers for QVC, $22
Burgundy pony hair contrasts beautifully with red suede in this classic platform.
Ann Taylor, $228
A claret-colored face gives the boyfriend watch a feminine twist.
Brera Orologi, $800
Jazz up a plain tee with maroon bangles.
Ben-Amun, $128 for medium, $178 for large, Henri Bendel
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Printed from Oprah.com on Sunday, December 8, 2013
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