8 Reasons Green Is The Chicest Shade

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8 Reasons Green Is The Chicest Shade

by Lucy Morris |
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Temper the drama of this season’s wackiest trends - like plastic, fringing and rainbow sequins - with monochrome. Green in all its glorious, grassy, grainy, khaki and neon forms is modern, sharp and probably already hiding in your wardrobe. Whether you like yours trussed up in a coat or played-down in denim, you should be getting your greens this spring in anyway you can. For a shortcut to contemporary cool give these 8 styling tips a try.

1. It Makes Basketball Shorts Sexy

Here is fundamental evidence that green can make something as seemingly unappealing as sports shorts worn high on the waist with a tucked in t-shirt into a strong sartorial moment.

2. It Can Walk Alone

Suit up in a boiler suit with a matching bag to make a one-piece wonder really sing.

3. It Ups The Ante On A Boring Outfit

This vibrant shade takes to texture like a duck to water. Find a fluffy coat and make it your best friend and you won’t regret it. We like how it turns up the heat on denim and a simple stripey top.

4. It Showcases A Point Well Made

Stylist Melody Trend platforms her thoughts in a thoughtful way by using her hoodie as her billboard. The addition a fluffy coat and jogging bottoms are as on point as her slogan.

5. It’s A Multi-Tasker

Problem: how do you wear a party dress to work? Answer: the solution lies in denim and heels.

6. It Makes A Good Outfit Better

A good outfit starts with strong foundations and we’re not referring to your underwear. These lime green stilettos may seem like an odd addition to a check suit, but they are just what it needs to stop it veering into Theresa May territory.

7. It Blocks Out The Haters

Mustard and chartreuse are the unexpected power couple that makes green sing. Taking notes of this block colour dressing.

8. It Can Be A Flash Of Brilliance

Not convinced? Ease yourself into this roughage diet with just a hint of green. Blue Jeans and grassy tones make for a combination as iconic as PB & J, Rachel and Ross and Sonny and Cher.

This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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