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Fashionista NOW: Shades Of Green Autumn/Winter Coat Fashion Inspiration

While emerald green’s the celebrated color of the year as broadcasted by Pantone Inc, the lord-of-knowing-what-color-to-be-highlighted-annually, it shouldn’t stop us from trying out other shades of green.

As temperature drops in four-season-afflicted locales, it’s only natural to want to look for stylish coats to stay warm. Today, our focus would be on a variety of coat styles in a diverse shades of green for you to feast your eyes upon.

Let’s dive in below real quick to get green chic:

hooded coat – Zara

A hooded coat in deep luscious green one of my favorite Fall outerwear styles even if I’ll just be wearing it in my dreams because I’m in the tropics, remember? Dark green like this one can be utilized as a neutral canvas color where you have the freedom of layering it over muted as well as vibrant colors of your liking.

dark green long coat – Wholesale7

Top a dark green coat over a flared black dress for a full on Autumn chic look in gloomy tones. Again, you don’t have to go dark if that’ll drive you insane.

If the chill gets you crabby and depressed, replace the black dress with something brighter like a pumpkin orange dress, for instance. Or a printed frock rendered in your favorite vibrant colors.

dual tone coat

Military green and black coat like this one brings a chic flair into any outfit. Keep it muted from top to bottom with all black separates, bag and shoes and you’ll be stoked to find that this look can be made casual chic or carried further into formal wear territory.

dark green wool coat with fur collar – Chicwish

Layering green on green is doable as long as you combine different shades of green together. Ariadna(above) wears a black top and with a green skirt, layered with a lighter green cardigan that’s topped off with structured wool coat in a darker green.

Because black that can be glum on its own, the accompanying shades of green take the outfit into another level.

green coat – H&M

If you’re looking for a less structured coat that has added interest by way of large buttons and high chest pockets, this one’s it. Layer over your casual/formal top and finish with jeggings and lace up booties. Throw on a textural element with a knitted beanie and off you go!

forest green coat – Zara

Now if dark winter-y green and military-inspired shades put you off and you desire for some bright freshness, get acquainted with happy shades of green like this one (above).

Bring added contrast by layering the coat over a graphic top of your preference. Pair with fun monochromatic form-fitting pants. Complete the look with a bright pout and graphic-soled (painted) heels.

green coat – Ptaszek

For a punk/grungy relaxed coat style, this one captures the raw unfinished look very well. To center upon the bright green, ground your look by layering it over a black top paired with acid wash skinny jeans and muted heels. Accessorize sparingly or as needed.

So, ladies: Do you like any of the green coat selection here? Which is your favorite look and what is your latest go-to green shade? Be sure to drop your lines below and thank you for swinging by!

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