A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings.
Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.- PANTONE
With the whole world talking and moving towards green revolution with the eating healthy and environmental responsibility, it’s doesn’t comes as a big surprise that the colour of the year is GREENERY. It strongly associates with nature and the global community of promoting 2017 as the year of sustainability. We are all thinking and making efforts as a fashion industry to make fashion products sustainable with recycling, reusing and reinventing.
We have seen all the designers across the international platforms using Greenery as a part of their collection very strongly. Their runway decor is influenced by the theme of nature and sustainability. This color will be a huge hit in summers and will easily make it’s way to your wardrobe, as summers are all about looking and feeling fresh. And what can be a better colour to define and describe look-and-feel fresh. Here are few ways in which you can rock this cool colour trend this summer-
-Keep it minimal- In case of color Greenery, less is most certainly more. Make your green item the statement piece in your outfit by pairing it with apparel that’s slightly towards pastels and neutrals. For example- If you are going for a green dress then keep every other item in look very basic and neutral. And if a green dress is too much for you then add a necklace or earring to complete your look. Or just complete your look with a green handbag.
– Shades of green- Greenery means any shade of green. So choose the shade you are comfortable wearing and also goes with your skin tone. Not all shades of green goes and works well with everyone’s personality and every occasion. For example- A bright peacock green dress will be a bit too much if you are wearing it to your office & an olive green jacket will certainly be out of place for a brunch with your girls. So choose “”your” green wisely.
Are you “going green” this year?
By Nikita Khemka