April 06, 2012


turquoise |ˈtərˌk(w)oiz|nouna semiprecious stone, typically opaque and of a greenish-blue or sky-blue color, consisting of a hydrated hydroxyl phosphate of copper and aluminum.a greenish-blue color like that of this stone :[as adj. the turquoise waters of the bay.ORIGIN late Middle English : from Old French turqueise ‘Turkish (stone).’Turquoise dresses from Victoria Beckham and Frankie Morello:

Alice+Olivia turquoise outfits:


 Diane von Furstenberg:

 Issa London turquoise lace dress:
 Michael Kors:

 Monique Lhuillier:
 Roksanda Ilincic:

Courtesy of vogue.it


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