Soothing, rich, and cooling, forest green retains an air of quiet mystery that can transform an outfit regardless of other colors that it is paired with. Looking for ways to freshen up your street looks? Keep on reading for our styling tricks to wear the forest green trend.
Since green is a quite playful color, you may start incorporating your forest green accessories with your typical outfits to partake into the forest green trend without going overboard. Like fashion blogger Kristina Bazan, wearing a forest green scarf with a pair of forest green heels and brown fur coat will make your style coordinated and sophisticated. Green and yellow may look great together, but typically not a smart color combination for a conservative office environment. So, like fashion blogger Nicole Warne, just go for a pair of forest green pumps to wear with your yellow coat and feminine outfit making your looks trendy but professional.
Green may not be a chic and sophisticated color, but the forest green shade is generally dressier than apple green, mint green, or any shades of green. When paired with earthier tones, like brown, rust, burnt orange, toffee, and burgundy, the forest green shade will look richer and classic perfect for a formal look. You may think of wearing a brown belt with your forest green dress to reflect your love for nature. A forest green sequin dress may look more formal over any shade of green that may end up looking flashy and festive.
Looking for summer ways to wear your prints? Then copy fashion blogger Blair Eadie’s style of wearing a palm print skirt in green with her chic top. Just polish your looks with a pair of chic sunglasses perfect for a sunny day. Looking for a modern way to wear classic stripes? Trade your nautical stripes as well as black and white stripes with a forest green one like Kristina Bazan adding an unexpected pop of color to her neutral outfit of blazer and leather pants.
Forest green ensembles like a pair of shorts, pants, shirt, or skirt look best with neutral shades of black, brown, and white. Fashion blogger Blair Eadie created a modern forest-inspired theme by opting for a metallic brown sweater paired with her forest green pants. Going for a pair of black pumps will keep your outfit classic while a pair of suede wedges will keep your look more grounded and earthy. Just play with your accessories to create the looks you’re aiming for.
Neutral shades of black, brown, gray, and navy are widespread in coats and blazers, and switching for a forest green outerwear will make your outfit a bit unexpected and trendy. Like Kristina Bazan, break those fashion rules by wearing yellow and green together with your leather jacket and pants in an elegant way. Since green coats are less common, getting bolder and wearing them on your street looks will make those street style photographers chase you.