Trend: green

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One of the trendiest colour for this forthcoming season is green and all its shades. Just like red , there are more than 60 shades of green like bottle green, apple green, pine green, mint, jade, lime etc etc.

Green is the colour of money and wealth, also the colour of envy and jealous but above all the colour of nature, plants, leaves, grass and also many flags have green as one of their main colour such as : Italian flag, Mexican flag, Brazilian and some others.

But we are not going to talk about green in general but green in fashion catwalks and stores, so check out some of the most glamorous outfits I have spotted especially for you.

Don’t forget to mix the greens to create your own style!

Belstaff: Day dress in luxurious, dark olive soft suede with a fit to a man-tailored shirt silhouette. Narrow stand collar and cuffs close with stud buttons.  Exaggerated shirttail hem keeps the look relaxed.

Seventy: Teal lady-like tailleur with deep neckline and thin belt to underline the silhouette.

Chanel: mix greens for the classic tweed short jacket and matching long-sleeves dress embellished with decoration around the wrists, jacket outline and the edge of the dress. Matching leather shoes.

 

YSL: Large, sophisticated leather tote in green-forest hue, tip two handles, gold hardware feet, Y details  snap fastenign tap, top zip closure.

Moschino: bright-green shearling bag with two golden chains.

Coccinelle: leather green handbags with two handles and zip closure, internal zip pocket , removable shoulder strap.

 

Proenza Schouler: collarless tweed coat in emerald green hue, round-neck line, two bottons with black cabochons, mid-thigh lenght.

Sonia by Sonia Rykiel: flannel, crew neck-line, two pockets, buttons closing, padded inner.

DVF: wool and cashmere overzsize silhouette, trench coat inspired details, notched lappels, dropped shoulders, cropped front hem.

 

Gianvito Rossi:  Sueded, green bottle, round toe-line ankle boots. Cut-out detailing, leather sole, covered spike heel.

Marni: loafer-style pumps crafted from green, brown and black patent-leather, metal buckel on the outside.

Bally: tone-on-tone bow and metal studs, the kitten heeled pump in light green olive hue.

Stuart Weitzman:  Peep-toe pump with studs applied to soft supple suede and on the heel.

Least but not last with what other colout would you mix green? Not easy to answer: I would choose brown, blue and maybe grey – not quite sure though.

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