I will be posting Christmas season outfit inspiration Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri of this week (with Style Imitating Art on Wed).
Today's focus is on shades of bright green: pure green, kelly green, shamrock green, emerald green...all the green colors with a lot of vivid, saturated color.
Green is a great Christmas color that doesn't have to be paired with black to be effective. Other neutrals, semi-neutrals, and accent colors can work well in a green holiday season outfit. Use green as a dominant color or as a pop of color against a neutral background. Incorporate seasonal textures like suede, velvet, faux fur, tweed, leather, and sweater knits...or not. Go all-in with touches of red and/or Christmas motif prints/jewelry or keep the nod to the season more subtle.
Here are 10 outfits from my previous OOTD with bright green suitable across a range of temperatures/weather and occasions for some Christmas season outfit inspiration. (Of course this color works outside the holiday season, too...so pin any outfits for future inspiration.)
Another way to wear bright green, red, or any colorful pants is with a modern twin set (one of my favorite things). Kay Harms demonstrated this color formula on her blog last week with red pants and a camel sweater + blazer.
Do you wear bright green? What colors do you like to wear it with in winter?
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