The Colour of the Season..
Introducing the colour of the season: Chive Green...
This is definitely one of the most unexpected yet dominant trends on the runway for this season. A more sophisticated older cousin of khaki, it is a shade you can still rely on if you want to look good. Chive serves as a beautiful neutral hue and pairs beautifully with a range of shades on the green colour spectrum. We like to pair complimentary shades, or clash with acid neon tones to create an exciting contrast. Have fun and experiment with this trend, we have to admit that we love it!
Get the Look..
For a modern twist on a classic feminine silhouette, pair this beautiful neon pea green cardigan with the Luisa Cerano tiered dress. This dress is such a luxurious investment piece for the new season! Gorgeous worn open over cool ankle length jeans and trainers, but can also be worn buttoned up as a midi dress. This is the ideal foundation piece for a head-to-toe green look and will work throughout the year. The bright cardigan really lifts the outfit and creates a more contemporary look. We would style this look with a pair of black pumps and a cross the body bag to keep the look fun and fresh, but we would also wear this with a cowboy boot or heel during the colder months.
No matter what your personal style is, you'll find that incorporating an element of green will elevate your look this season and make your outfit more exciting. We love pairing contrasting shades together, and the vibrant green gives a new twist on a classic look. The blouse and trousers are from Luisa Cerano's new 'City Greens' collection for SS20 and look beautiful together, but can be styled with denim for a more toned down look. Style this look with a pair of fresh white pumps for a the day time, and a classic court shoe for an occasion or evening out. This is also an excellent option for reinvigorating your workwear, as the look is still smart but bright and fashion-forward.
Try combining shades of green to create an exciting look that is bang on trend. Whether you are combining olive with chive, or pear with pine this season, be bold and experiment. You might just find that green is your new favourite colour!