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Be a Green Goddess with Pantone’s Color of the Year


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Green – it’s a color that has been popping up all over the runway – and no wonder! It’s Pantone’s color of the year for 2017.

If you want to add this new trend to your wardrobe, but are afraid of stepping out of the house looking like you’re off to a St. Patrick’s Day parade, have no fear! The key to incorporating green into your wardrobe is to exercise moderation.

Make That Handbag Pop
Source: Ralph Lauren

Adding a green handbag makes any outfit pop, especially if you stick to solid color outfit choices. Green really goes with everything – you only have to look at how green blends in with nature. From an oversized tote to a simple clutch, adding a splash of green will bring any outfit on trend. We love this one from Ralph Lauren.

Statement Necklace
Source: Etsy/TheEnchantingOwl

Wearing a green statement necklace – something bold and beautiful – will not only add color to your complexion, it will also draw the eyes upward, meaning they’re less likely to focus on that muffin top. This one from Etsy seller, The Enchanting Owl, would be the perfect addition to any spring wardrobe

Green Flip-Flops
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Casual, yet funky, green flip-flops thrown on with a simple pair of jeans, or Capri’s keep your feet funky and fresh. With love the green flip-flops from Brazilian brand Havaianas.

Simple Green T-Shirt
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Add an easy fitting, comfortable, cotton green t-shirt to your wardrobe and prepare to be surprised at how many things you can pair it with. From white jeans, to a simple black pencil skirt, a green tee can be mixed and matched with anything and it looks great under a denim jacket.

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