Credit | Chelsea Miller
Not in the mood for Pantone’s springy Greenery yet? Wear the deeper shades of forest or army green instead! Find NEW and exciting ways to style the invigorating hues here!
Whether it’s cold or hot where you are or it’s year 2031, the appeal of shades of green is everlasting. Pantone’s Color of 2017 is the fresh and zesty yellow-green hue officially called Greenery takes the call of nature’s constant neutral inviting us to reinvigorate by immersing ourselves more in this unifying shade. And today, I choose to highlight the deep greens that are as lush as the spring Greenery and ways you can wear the shades anew this season.
If you find yourself stuck in a style box when it comes to wearing dark green, I’ve scoured looks that will easily take you out of the dressing rut! Thanks to these creative fashionistas handpicked from the fashion-forward bracket in Lookbook, you will see that there are plenty of ways to sport deep shades of green, by teaming them either with other neutrals or bright colors that will make you see deep greens in a new lens!
Check out the dark green outfit ideas down below and get inspired! Enjoy!
Various Color Combinations To Go With Deep Shades Of Green
With Another Green Shade + A Pop Of Coral/Peach
With Brown + White
♥ | Anja
With Black + White + Pop Of Metal
With All Black + Pop Of Metal
With Shades Of Pink + Black
With Black + Pop Of Leopard
With White, Black + Brown
With All Black Separates
With Other Shades Of Green, White + Black
Which outfit shows the deep green color in a new light that you can’t help but to want to try yourself? Share below – I’d love to know!
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. — Edith Wharton
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