5 Ways To Wear Pantone Color Of The Year: Emerald Green

Whenever I think of emerald green, the image of Keira Knightly in Atonement comes to mind. Despite not having her lankiness, I desperately want that dress! Six years later, emerald green is now pantone color of the year.

With red hair, I wouldn’t be going too far if I said I looked quite lovely in green. Don’t have red hair? That’s okay, emerald green looks good on just about everyone. Here’s five inexpensive ways to add emerald green to your wardrobe:

 

 

 

Belt it: A thin emerald green belt adds a wonderful pop to any black or navy A-line, maxi, or skater dress.

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Gap Belt $20

Statement Necklace: Having that emerald pop under your suit jacket just might be the confidence booster you need during your interview.

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Etsy $10

Tote it: Instead of picking out a drab black or brown satchel, grab a deep emerald green to tote your tablet or laptop in.

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DSW Tote $40

Flats: Emerald green is sexy and super classy. So just as you might adorn your tootsies with the standard black patent leather or nude flats, try emerald on for size.

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Mimi Boutique Flats $35

Pants: With colored pants still the rage, grab a pair in emerald green.

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Gap Cropped Pants $50