It’s official: the fashion, beauty and interiors world are all obsessed with the colour green. Whether it be bold and bright neons, Bottega Veneta’s signature Kelly green or muted limes, the colour has slowly been injecting itself into every facet of our lives, including in the form of statement dresses, silky separates, shimmering pigments and much-adored objects.
Perhaps as a means to signify the arrival of the warmer months, the cheerful palette perfectly encapsulates the spring and summer seasons, with lively and bright greenery not only reflected in our fashion choices, but our new go-to activities as well—after all, we have officially entered picnic season.
Whether you’re diving headfirst into the trend with a monochromatic green look or wanting to add a pop of colour into your usually muted wardrobe rotation, there’s plenty of ways to playfully incorporate the dominating hue this season.
Here are four ways to wear the trending colour, and be prepared, you’re in for an immediate dopamine hit. What better way to add an energetic twist to your picnic setup than with a perfectly matched green ensemble. From playful bucket hats in terry towelling to statement dresses and printed matching sets, there’s plenty of ways to inject some fun into your wardrobe come summer.Perhaps with the piece that started it all, there’s no going past Bottega Veneta’s signature Jodie bag, which saw itself swept across the arms of some of the world’s most fashionable players—Hailey Bieber, Kendall Jenner and Rosie Huntington Whiteley have all been spotted in the designer favourite. That being said, there are plenty of other ways to add some colourful pops into your sartorial rotation, from statement sunglasses to lust-worthy jewels.
Being on-trend doesn’t mean you have to go all-in, instead opt for muted separates or understated designs that you can easily pair with the other pieces already treasured in your wardrobe. Plus with a few designer favourites thrown into the mix, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Just because we might finally have some freedoms headed into the Australian summer, it doesn’t mean we can’t still incorporate the green trend into our at-home lives as well. With a collection of green comforts, whether it be tracksuits or activewear, there’s no denying the trend has weaved itself into our comfy clothes too.
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