The Greening of Spring

The Greening of Spring

Green is spring’s favorite color! It’s so apt that this living color should be associated with its primary season.  This year’s palette encourages green in every avenue of fashion.  We’ve seen green bags, shoes, jewelry, hair ornaments and of course in every fabrication.  The shades that are most popular have just a bit of a blue undertone without straying too far from a warm living green.  It’s an interesting mix of warm and cool colorations that works for many skin tones. Images are linked to product.

Looking for casual?

French Terry
Hoodie-French terry in a slightly muted fresh growth green

Stylish Knits

Cotton Jersey Knit
Sail Away- Cotton jersey knit-soft emerald and dew green play with blueberry on white.

Playful Prints

Cotton Lawn Paisley Print
Reverie-Scattered paisleys in shades of emerald and fresh spring green

 

Dress it up!

Silk Taffeta
Spearmint Shimmer-Bright tone of green cross-woven with pearl peach creates stunning shade.

 

Lime green always finds its way into the fashion palette in spring and summer.  This year is no exception.  The tone is slightly less yellow and softened a bit from previous wild lime shades.  Here are a few examples in stock right now. Images are linked to product.

Printed Linen
Hurricane-Printed linen-cotton from France featuring turquoise and lime on brown--stunning statement!

 

Cotton Print
Monteverde-Cotton print with overlapping geometric shapes in dark lime green and shades of brown.

 

Novelty Silk Faille
San Remo-Silk faille from Valentino with soft hand and slight texture in a rich shade of lime.

Shades of green will carry you through the summer whether you use it all over or as an accent. We are still seeing green featured for fall…deeper tones of fern and olive. Keep an eye on Just Arrived  to stay current with our most recent offerings.

One Response to “The Greening of Spring”

  1. Pre Bonded Hair Extensions

    2012-09-28T04:37:00+00:00

    Lime green always finds its way into the fashion palette in spring and summer.  It is a very nice color too.

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