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Fashionista NOW: Get All Minted Up For Spring

 Fashionista NOW: Get All Minted Up For Spring

Mint was hot back in Spring last year and there’s no rule that it can’t be this year so if you love it so much, wear it! And if you’re eyeing for a new fresh color to pop into your spring wardrobe, I’d suggest the sweet mint shade!

From wearing mint of various shades head-to-toe or just sneaking in the right dosage of it via accessories, the mint look is just so easily in. While it’s not officially the trend of the year as approved by the mainstream fashion media, but who needs the green light from the up above when the one who’s paying to look good is your own dearest self, eh?

Mint green is a bright cheery shade that can be a pick-me-up color. Just wearing any kind of mint colored clothing will most certainly bring your spirit up especially if you’re particularly sensitive to the type of color you wear. For others, mint is a flirty tone that can be teamed with other colors like sweet pinks, soft nude beige, lavender and pastel orange. Combine mint with these pastel-y tones for that fun color-block look that is subtle.

For those who’d feel too bare without getting adorned in some type of printed pieces. Wear your mint with floral or animal prints. To show that you’re on trend this year (if you love following trends that you love and stay current), work bold black and white striped top with a mint skirt or shorts or pants.

For a feel of how you can introduce mint into your wardrobe, let’s see how the lookbookers are doing it below:

loose green dress worn as top by Romwe | pumps by Aldo

mint blouse by Mink

thrifted mint blazer

mint sweater by Walk In Wonderland

mint midi tulle

dress by Asos | mint bag and accessories

Loving the minty looks? If you do, shout out below please!

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.