Saturday, August 23

Go Green!

Jason Wu

Bolder than black and more unexpected than blue, earthy verdant shades are having a moment.  No wonder everyone is favoring green these days: It's surprisingly wearable and flattering, especially in rich textures like mohair and tweed.  Don't believe me?  Every shade from pale seafoam to rich spruce showed up on the runways this fall, ensuring you'll find the perfect hue for you.

How to Wear It

If your skin has cool undertones, opt for blue-based teal, while warm undertones look best in moss with it's sunnier cast.  I think super-dark forest is universally becoming.

Neutrals are a no-brainer, but why not get creative and try a yellow-green with rose or lavender, which can bring a pretty flush to your skin.  Or go tonal with variations on the same shade.

Marc Jacobs
Nina Ricci

Marc Jacobs
Cédric Charlier

Nina Ricci
Gianvito Rossi
Dolce & Gabbana

Michael Kors

Marc Jacobs
Ted Baker
Ralph Lauren Blue Label

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