Well, olive to be more exact.
And while olive’s, green’s and brown’s are often categorized as the more subdued color tones, this fall they bring forth a natural appeal and flare that will look good on just about anybody. Designers such as Marc Jacobs embrace the otherwise calm tone to show that being green with envy isn’t just a term anymore (sorry, we just had to say that).
perfect lbd little brown dress, $37
Caslon® Faux Leather Paillette Tee, $39
Green And Cream Lace Tee, $65
Urban Renewal Vintage Cinch Waist Army Jacket, $48
Grey Super Skinny Jean., 25 GBP
Ada Skirt, $35
Women’s shoes – booties – Bronson suede platform booties – J.Crew, $250
These Boots Were Made for Struttin’, $45
Mirage Canvas Shoulder Bag, $26
Beautiful Vintage Soft Green Quilted Leather Jay Herbert Bag, 28 GBP
Plain Leather Vintage Belt, $30
UrbanOutfitters.com > Sanded Leather Belt, $24
1. Invest in a green military style coat or olive green coat with intricate details such as gold or silver buttons.
2. Mix your olive’s and brown’s together by using detailed accessories such as belts, purses and shoes (as shown above) to complete your look.
3. Pair a neutral top or bottom, such as grey pants or a beige shirt. This allows the olive or green color to stand out more and fashionably matches two otherwise dull colors.
photo courtesy of style.com