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Fashionista NOW: The Color Trend – Shades Of Green In Fashion

Fashion that is green-color themed is part of the glorious color trend that can be worn by itself or paired with other opposing solid colors if you fancy yourself some color blocking fun.

For chronic lovers of colors, embracing the color green and all of its derivative shades this time around is just part of the cycle. We’ve seen tangerine tango making the spotlight this year and the delicious mint green and every shade of pastels popping up on fashion divas across the borders.

But what about the other shades of green? If you are keen on stretching the limits of choice, you can be sure that there’s an array of greens to choose from; from seafoam green to chartreuse, your inner fashionista will experience an all-encompassing refreshing boost.

Green is the color of nature and the fact that it is soothing to the eyes and the spirit alone is enough to spark an interest in the hearts of the trend-conscious to incorporate the color into their wardrobes.

After all the splurge on statement-shouting prints and patterns, lace and mesh; a simple monochromatic green can be the fresh way to liven up your getups.

Here is a selected round of sea breezy green shades sported by lookbook fashionistas to entice and inspire you.












Were you green with envy as you scrolled through the list of green fashion-loving trend-setters? I say keep the green-eyed monsters in their cages and go find a green piece of clothing to wear instead. Do you think you could pull off green-colored pieces? Or are they too leafy, garden-y and forest-y for your liking? Please comment below.

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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.

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