Turn heads with the attention-grabbing tone our editors are wearing this season

Fashion is going green in more ways than one with a bold resurgence of verdant tones set to stage a wardrobe takeover.

It could be argued that this whole thing started with Daniel Lee’s tenure at Bottega Veneta and the distinctive shade of Kelly green that became synonymous with the brand. (After all, who could forget the green extravaganza of Bottega Veneta’s Spring 2021 show?) But the trend that emerged a year ago has evolved, and the penchant for green has gone beyond eye-popping highlighter tones alone.

This season, verdant shades of fresh mint, earthy pistachio, deep jade, zesty lime and everything in between are being employed with wild abandon, and if there’s one thing to be taken away from green’s fashionable ascent, it is a reminder that colour (when employed correctly) isn’t something to be feared. It just takes commitment.

Here, we set out the green pieces our editors are coveting this season. From textured handbags to elegant jackets, this careful curation of accessories and ready-to-wear will have you participating in the trend like a pro—and will leave anyone who sees you green with envy.

Clockwise from top left: Loulou Studio Espanto Cotton Shirt from Workshop, Tina Sandals from Saint Laurent, Light GG canvas double-breasted jacket from Gucci, Christopher John Rogers Twill Wide Leg Pants from Net-a-porter, Bottega Veneta BV1122S Sunglasses from Superette International, Brushed Leather Slingback Pumps from Prada, Emilia Wickstead Taiga Cloqué Dress from Matches, Nanuskha Gather Bucket Bag from Muse

Clockwise from top left: The Vampire’s Wife Falconetti Dress from Workshop, Dior Caro bag from Dior, Valentino Oversized Silk Faille Shirt from Net-a-porter, Bottega Veneta Leather Coat from Mytheresa, Walk’n’Dior sneaker from Dior, Bottega Veneta Jodie Mini shearling tote from Harrods, Double Ring mini wrap skirt from Louis Vuitton, Jessica McCormack Signature Emerald Cut Button Back Ring from Simon James


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