We’re on the way to a greener world, and fashion is following right along. As predicted by Pantone, green is one of the top colors for Fall 2017.
It started with Emerald a couple of years ago; olive-green and khaki have been popular too. This year a bold, dark green called Shaded Spruce rules.
Shaded Spruce is a deep, saturated green with hints of blue. It’s like teal but darker and reminds us of spruce trees where each needle looks green, but when you look at the tree as a whole, the needles combine to form a beautiful blue-green color. Spruce oozes richness, elegance, and sophistication.
What’s So Wonderful About This New Hue?
Green is Unexpected –Black is predictable, dark blue has been around for a while, but this dark shaded green is new and fresh. It’s different and different turns heads.
Green is Grounded – Green communicates harmony and calmness, so it’s a great color to wear to look relaxed approachable.
What Other Colors Do You Wear With Shaded Spruce?
Spruce Green Looks Fabulous with the Rest of this year’s fall colors – All these color complement Spruce Green and are part of the Fall 2017 Color Line-up.
Spruce Green Looks Formal Combined with Black – See how elegant this Shaded spruce shift looks with black suede shoes and this gorgeous velvet clutch.
Don’t be Afraid to Mix Spruce Green With Brights – This sophisticated hue is also stunning mixed with a bright, cheery color like this beautiful Grenadine red coat and Autumn Maple booties and bag.
Do you like Shaded Spruce or green in general? Or is green a color you’ve never really worn? I’m a blonde with green eyes, so this is a color that makes me come alive! Just a look at the Shaded Spruce Sweater I just bought and see what you think!
Be sure to check back tomorrow to learn about another new fall trend. It’s all part of my Fab Fall Countdown – 31 Days to a more Stylish, Chic You!
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