It Ain’t Easy Being Green—Or Is It?

October 21st, 2015

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From Celadon to Forest, military-inspired shades of green not only look fresh on the Autumn/Winter 2015 runways, but will do some heavy lifting in your closet.

Wear mellow greens like Olive and Hunter in place of neutrals to add more dimension to your wardrobe. Green is softer than black and more lively than grey or beige and will ground your look for a nice change of pace. Subdued greens pair well with brights like Cobalt and Orange, but mix well with Fall staples too.

And don’t let the sea of darker, heavier Fall staples dominate your wardrobe. Add pops of brighter greens like Emerald and Lime. When the weather gets dreary, these brilliant greens will lighten your look—and probably your mood!

FashionBeans lists Green as one of their 6 trends to master this Fall/Winter, saying, “With shades to suit every skin tone, green’s worth putting at the core of your cold-weather looks. Use it to pull together neutrals like black, beige and grey, or pair it with complementary colours like burgundy and navy.”

From shirts and jackets that are built-to-fit just you to sweaters and accessories that ship out same day, take a quick look at how Trumaker and I can help you style this essential color right now:

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Mary Ellen Ottenstein
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