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The 235 rooms are comfortable and compact with expected five-star elements: a calming taupe-and-blue color scheme, leather headboards, black lacquer cabinets, and, best of all, a capacious walk-in dressing room with cornflower silk walls.
Created out of a soft stretch velvet, these handmade pumpkins come in orange, mustard, taupe, and olive green.
If all-white feels too stark, pair it with taupe and gold for a striking combo.
Smokey obviously comes with shades suited for creating a sultry smoky eye look like charcoal black, taupe, silver, and champagne.
Backstage at Band of Outsiders the makeup artists created a natural yet slightly '90s look with a taupe lip liner.
The 1980s power-decorating effect isn’t necessarily tacky, just very corporate, with lots of black glass, taupe silks, dark woods, and chrome.
To make your eyes appear more sunken in, blend a matte taupe eye shadow shade into the crease of your eyes and underneath the lower lashes.
Berman advised that couples consider an ombré with neutral colors, like taupe or peach.
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First Known Use: circa 1909See Words from the same year
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