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Another random theme day, another excuse to shop your troubles away

BY JESSICA MINKOFF; TEXT BY JULIE D'ALESSANDRO

STYLE  -  JULY 29

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It’s July 29th, and you know what that means… Okay, maybe you don’t because who really has the time to keep up with random national holidays? Regardless, happy National Lipstick Day! We, too, feel like these themed days can be a bit overdone, but we always love an excuse to indulge for little to no reason. After all, is it really a day of celebration if you don’t treat yourself? We advise you to finally give in to the Gucci fur loafer trend (Seriously, they’re glorified Uggs.) with a metallic gold pair, complimented perfectly by a shimmery pair of lips. If you’d rather take a walk on the wild side, pick up a crazily amazing pair of Linda Farrow x Yazbukey sunglasses that will not only celebrate the holiday, but also elevate your everyday look in a major way. But, if splurging on a glorified Hallmark holiday is not your thing, simply rock a Stella McCartney phone case. Nothing says, “I’m chic” quite like overpriced but fabulous designer tech accessories. Click through the slideshow above to see more of market director-at-large Jessica Minkoff’s picks for taking National Lipstick Day to the next level. Bisous!

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BY JULIE D'ALESSANDRO; ART BY ERINN HERMSEN

STYLE  -  JULY 29

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The Costume Institute will reveal new acquisitions in Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion, as well as an ode to Harold Koda  

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Left: Ball Gown, Viktor & Rolf (Dutch, founded 1993), Spring/Summer 2010; Right: Ball Gown, Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1856-1926) for House of Worth (French, 1858-1956), 1898 / Photos: Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art