T-shirt: Loft; Jacket: Etam (splurge); Pants: Asos; Cuff & earrings: Mouche; Clutch: Peeptoe; Shoes: Belle (similar, splurge)
I love adding bit of green to what I wear, from hunter green to mint, to lime; I think they are full of life! Green is closely associated with growth, recovery and rejuvenation. To me, it's a very safe colour and reminds me of youth, which is something we all like to be linked to =)
- If you are not too adventurous, I would go with the darker shades of green (e.g., hunter green, olive green and forrest green). These shades are perfectly versatile in pairing. If you are keen to try some brights, experiment first with smaller pieces such as accessories
- In general, safe options to pair with green are neutral colours (e.g., navy, white, black, grey and cream/ivory)
- I would probably avoid pairing green with too much red (so we don't become a Christmas nightmare) or brown (so there's no chance of being mistaken as a tree) =P
- Depending on the shade of your green, you can kick up a notch and pair your green items with some fresh coral pink. Of course, soft pink will also work, and particularly well with darker shades of green
- I personally find patterned tops can go well with the green pants too (I paired my green pants with a classic houndstooth patterned short coat).
When winter knocks on our doors, we don't need to stay in doors and hibernate. Put on your best pair of sharp green pants and go out for a stroll in the park. You are sure to bring some life, energy and colour to your surroundings!
Jacket: Etam (splurge);
Cuff & earrings: Mouche;
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