With St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching, the color green is popping up virtually everywhere. Forget beer and “Kiss Me I’m Irish” T-shirts – we love the color green because it’s fashionable, versatile and easily incorporated into any wardrobe.
You can add a dash of green to your wardrobe for a fresh look perfect for spring and all year long. Here are some of our current favorite hues and how you can easily add them to your style:
Army green: It may be used by the military, but we love the richness and depth of army green. With warm olive undertones, army green shades look great on most skin tones. From tops to accessories, this hue adds a subtle touch of color with a bit of organic flare.
Make it your own: Army green is a beautiful, neutral way to add color to your wardrobe in a big way through signature pieces. For example, tops and blazers in army green are hot and look amazing on tall ladies. Consider the Saint Grace Raya Open-Back Top in Army made from luxurious Micro Modal. Beyond comfy, the open-back draping of this shirt makes a true style statement. We also adore the Paula Bianco Infinity Scarf in Army with a gauzy texture and deep color that is a fab addition to any outfit.
Turquoise tones: Marine hues are stunning and totally trending for the warm weather months. Greens – when blended with various shades of blue – create a variety of striking turquoise colors that just beg to brighten your wardrobe.
Make it your own: Vivid shades of turquoise instantly add energy and life to a tired wardrobe, and accessories are an easy and accessible way to achieve this style facelift. Natural stone jewelry is trending, making the Saint Necklace – with a gorgeous teal stone with gold veins – one hot buy. Colored clutches in turquoise are another simple way to add sea tones to your look – we love the Katie Folding Cosmetic Clutch by Stephanie Johnson and the Laura Vela Jade Clutch.
Mint green: Pastel hues are hot for spring 2014, with marvelous mint a favorite shade for the season’s top threads. Created
with white undertones, pastel shades of green are fresh, lively and surprisingly versatile. You’ll instantly put a spring in
your step with these creamy candy tones.
Make it your own: Pastel green is an easy way to brighten up your winter wardrobe. Try incorporating this hue with coloreddenim. Jeans dyed in pastel green colors are trending big time. Two great examples sure to turn heads are the Hudson Beth Midrise Baby Boot Crop in Soft Sage and Paige Premium Denim Jimmy Jimmy Short in Glass.
Fashionable gals everywhere will be green with envy when you don your best turquoise, mint and army green attire.
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