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MEET OSCAR DE LA RENTA AT BLOOMINGDALES ON APRIL 18TH

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WHAT:  Celebrate the launch of Oscar de la Renta’s fragrance, Something Blue, and meet the designer with your purchase. A scent that makes a woman feel her most beautiful, Something Blue celebrates life’s most magical moments. A woman’s good luck charm for when she wants to feel her most vibrant. Feminine, romantic and full of life, Something Blue is a fragrance to cherish forever.

There will be an opportunity to purchase an exclusive Something Blue gift box, only available during the event.  The gift box contains a 1.7oz Eau de Parfum Spray, 7.0oz Fragrance Candle, 4ml Deluxe Mini, 1ml Purse Vial and a Charm Necklace designed by Mr. de la Renta for $150.

WHO: Oscar de la Renta’s gift of making once-in-a-lifetime dreams come true is captured in Something Blue. Join Mr. de la Renta in celebrating the launch and meet with iconic designer.

*Arrive early to see Joanna Coles, editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine, interview Mr. de la Renta live on Cosmo Sirius/XM Radio at 5:45pm.484d8dfe-5d8c-4be0-88fa-c6faab884127

WHEN: Thursday, April 18, 2013
5:45pm Live Radio Interview
6:00pm Meet Mr. de la Renta

WHERE: Bloomingdales

1000 Third Avenue at 59th Street
New York, NY 10022
Fragrances on 1

NOTE: Something Blue is available at Bloomingdales stores nationwide as well as online at www.bloomingdales.com


You’ve found your groom, but what about your “something blue?”

Photo credit: Holly Chapple Flowers

Sneaky was to incorporate blue into your wedding.

Photo credit: Holly Chapple Flowers

When it comes to wedding’s we’ve all heard the famous good-luck bridal rhyme: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. I am nowhere near walking down the aisle, but I already know what I will be selecting for three out of the four areas on the list. Yet, when it comes to the last item, something blue, I’ve really had to sit down and think long and hard about it.

I’ve got nothing against the color blue, but why would I want to disrupt the purity of my fashionable white assemble with such a clashing pigment? Well, it turns out that for centuries, blue has been associated with weddings as a symbol of love and purity. For that reason, the Old English rhyme includes “something blue” as one of the four good luck charms a bride should have on her wedding day. Now, I won’t go as far as wearing a blue gown on my wedding day as women did in the middle ages until white became the wedding hue of choice; but, I do have some ideas on how to sneakily incorporate the color on the big day.

If you’re sugary sweet

Nothing is sweeter than the fragrant smell of fresh flowers, so incorporate some blue flowers, such as hydrangeas into your wedding bouquet. You can also have a blue ribbon tied around the bouquet.

If you’re naughty

Wear blue lingerie for a sexy little secret no one has to know about. Or, put on a blue garter for the traditional groomsmen toss.

“I DO” Wedding Shoe Stickers, $4.99 at bedbathandbeyond.com

If you’re flashy

I love, love, love the idea of adding blue rhinestone monogram stickers underneath your shoes. It’s devious, and oh so clever. You can have the monograms say anything you want from “I Do,” to the wedding date, to your brand new initials.

If you prefer to show off your blue bling, then accessorize with dazzling earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and even hair pieces.

For the more adventurous bride that loves bling, you can try vajazzling with blue crystals (I won’t judge!).


Thakoon for NARS in Kutki-powder blue; $18 at sephora.com

If you’re a beauty queen

Blue nail polish is a great way to integrate the color into your wedding in a subtle way. You can also wear a light blue eye shadow on your lids.

Many brides nowadays choose to incorporate blue in other parts of their wedding, instead of on themselves. Bridesmaids or flower girls can wear blue dresses, sashes, or hair accessories. Centerpieces and place cards are also a great place to add in the color. You can even have your cake sit on a blue plate. At the end of the day, it’s just an old tradition. Just as long as you are not the “something blue” on your wedding day, then that’s all that matters.