The keys to combine green this season

9 May, 2023

The catwalks for this coming Spring/Summer 2023 have already confirmed it: green will be one of the trend colours par excellence. A symbol of good luck and prosperity, this shade also represents the energy of life that continues and renews itself, a sign of balance and growth. It is therefore essential to start introducing green in our wardrobe, from small hints in accessories to total looks in these shades.

The big brands propose for this season this tint in very different ways: elegant, sophisticated, graceful for Hermes, while Alexander McQueen’s choice is certainly bolder than the sage green of the French Maison, which opts for a more vivid shade: lime green. Missoni proposes a green outfit composed of lightweight knitwear, soft on the bust, low-waisted trousers and Texan boots: a passepartout for every occasion. For the evening, you can take more risks: Bottega Veneta’s metallic green thigh-high boots are undoubtedly this season’s must-have.

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Green is an ideal choice if you’re looking to create a total monochromatic look. However, if you’re not into this style, colour blocking is the answer to wear it in style this season: spring is the season when you can take a risk with more daring layering. If you want green to be the star of your outfit, go for a maxi dress and pair it with accessories in a different shade, the final effect will be chic and trendy at the same time. And if you’re looking for inspiration for more daring combinations, read on for some interesting pairings!

Colours that goes well with green

Green is an ideal choice if you’re looking to create a total monochromatic look. However, if you’re not into this style, colour blocking is the answer to wear it in style this season: spring is the season when you can take a risk with more daring layering. If you want green to be the star of your outfit, go for a maxi dress and pair it with accessories in a different shade, the final effect will be chic and trendy at the same time. And if you’re looking for inspiration for more daring combinations, read on for some interesting pairings!

Green and yellow: your energy boost

Green and yellow look

Have you ever thought of combining the two most vitaminic tones to create an outfit? The end result can certainly be interesting and give you the right energy to defy spring asthenia and embrace the season with a positive attitude. In this case, as both colours are bright and powerful, you can balance the look by creating a 50/50 ratio and giving both shades the same proportions: let’s see an example.

An energetic look in green and yellow

To recreate this powerful look all you’ll need is a pair of wide-leg green pants and a yellow jumper or cardigan. As we said, the outfit will look balanced because there is a 50/50 proportion in those two colours. Want a tip to make your look even better? Wear it with neutral or dark accessories that don’t distract the eye from the outfit.

Green and blue: reveal your softest version

Green and blue

Green and blue are two very well matched colours. They complement each other very well in all their versions but if, in particular, you choose two softened tones such as olive green with a light blue, the result is a feminine and soft, but very trendy look.

A trendy look in green and blue

For this combo, we want to go for olive green cargo trousers, which are super versatile to wear with a lot of colours, combined with a light blue top. Can you see how the top immediately softens the more aggressive vibe of the pants? It’s a match you can’t get enough of!

Green and white: your new go-to pairing

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If you are one of those who prefer low-key and versatile combinations that you can wear countless times without getting bored, you can choose to add a single green item, to be the focal point of attention, and keep your look very simple. This is the case of the following look we want to show you.

Your new favourite look in green and white

Without a doubt, the simplest and most error-free way to combine green with white: for example, you can opt for a slightly oversized blazer that will make a casual white T-shirt and jeans look more special and trendy.

Green and fuchsia: the unexpected feminine match

A look in green and fuchsia

For a feminine look, opt for a combination of green and fuchsia, two perfect shades for the season that complement each other, creating an interesting contrast. Fuchsia was the star of last summer (so you can certainly take advantage of some garments), this year it’s all green instead: a match made in heaven!

Which green to choose according to your colourimetry?

There are many shades of green, of course, and each one can be more perfect than the other, based on your chromatic season. It’s important to choose the right green in order to enhance your skin and minimise imperfections, especially when we’re talking about upper part’s items that will be in direct contact with your face.

Ideal green for Winter women

If you have dark hair and high contrast the right shade for you is intense and cool, perfect to combine with the other bold colours in your palette or with white.

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The perfect green for Summer women

The perfect green for Summer women

For Summer women, the right shade is always cold, as for Winter, but it’s much more light and soft, in harmony with their features . It’s what we normally call sage, and it combines perfectly with denim.

The most flattering green for Spring women

The most flattering green for Spring women

Women who belong to this season look amazing with green, in particular with a bright and warm shade, like the “avocado green” that was all over the SS23 catwalks and it’s trending right now.

The favourite green of Autumn women

The most flattering tint for Autumn women is, without any doubt, olive green, a warm and dark shade typical of the leaves in autumn. We suggest combining it with all the neutral colours, like beige, camel and brown.

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And you, have you spotted your most flattering green to start incorporating it into your spring/summer looks? Get in touch with your Personal Shopper and find out which is the one that will make you shine more than ever this season.

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