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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear The Mellow Warm Green Color Trend?

Fashionista NOW: How To Wear The Mellow Warm Green Color Trend?

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Wondering the next color to intro into your sunny day OOTD? We got you! Why not the mellow warm green?

Wearing a yellow mellow green with a touch of dusty earth is the vibe and for a quick dose of fashion inspo on how to slay the shades of warm green, these lookbookers will show you how.

Forgive my eyeballs if some of the green looks are in the cooler spectrum or due to edits, but whatever the case, you can’t deny the warm green color’s impact in your wardrobe. It is not the deep forest green that leans on the dark cooler palette and it is not the dusty army green that one often sees and wears.

The warm green hues are warm precisely because of the sprinkle of yellow undertone (think chartreuse and pear green). It is such a great color trend for the spring and summer seasons for obvious reasons and it embodies a look that is nostalgic and retro in effect. Well, I don’t know why but it does!

Whether you opt for a blouse in the solid mellow lime yellow or something with prints such as dots, stripes, floral, plaid or gingham to name a few, this is a color trend one can wear with a certainty that you are going to slay.

Enjoy grabbing style inspo from the looks below.

Which warm yellow look has got you excited? Be sure to share your thoughts – I’d love to know!

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