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5 tips for wearing green this summer

White will always be summer’s favourite colour, but this season we’re recommending trying out shades of refreshing green. Afterall, greenery was the pantone colour of the year, right? Take a look at our top 5 tips to style the hue.

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Wear it with white
If you’re gunning for a breezy summery look, pair green pieces with white ones. A pair of green trousers, a white shirt and simple lace-ups are all you need to look incredibly stylish while stepping out for your next weekend brunch. For a more formal soiree, layer the outfit with a sleeveless cotton or linen bandhgala jacket and add a pocket square for a dash of colour. If you want to take your outfit to the next level, reverse the combination by pairing white trousers with a green shirt.

Channel the earthy look
Wearing earthy tones is a big trend this summer and the best way to sport these colours is by pairing deeper shades of green with hues of dusty brown, beige and khaki. A floral shirt in earthy colours paired with basic jeans and tan loafers is a stylish look that is appropriate for a host of occasions.

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Invest in a statement piece
Your wardrobe may have the occasional pink or yellow, but if green doesn’t feature on that list, invest in a statement piece such a green blazer or a bomber jacket. We recommend picking one with checks or an interesting texture.

Experiment with shades and tones
Green clothes don’t all have to be bright! There are a host of shades and tones of green that are sure to suit subdued sensibilities. If you’re in search for a lighter, mellow shade, pick mint and for richer look, dabble between forest green, olive green, brown-toned or grey-toned green and teal.

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Wear green through accessories
If you want to wear green to work but don’t find an opportunity presenting itself, invest in green accessories that you can bring into rotation with your staple brown, grey and navy suits. Think solid-coloured socks, belts, pocket squares and even ties. They’re a simple way to sport the shade without letting the colour overpower your ensemble.

 

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