If you read an old blog of mine, emerald green is fast becoming one of the most popular colours in the fashion world. The catwalks were jam packed with emerald green with some of the biggest designers in the world showcasing some of their collection in the hue. It can be called Kelly green, jade green and it comes under a lot of other guises. It is more vibrant than it’s forest green counterpart, and not as bright as highlighter neon green that is doing so well at the moment. It’s kind of in the middle and looks fantastic with different shades of green such as sage or mint green.
This shade of green can be found in a lot of the big brands collections. I noticed that the window display at Selfridges in Manchester was totally awash with the beautiful jewel colour, few weeks ago. Emerald green looks fantastic when worn with dark blue shades or bright yellow shades depending on the time of year. Collections from TopShop and Boohoo featured the colour heavily in their Spring/Summer range. A personal favourite was a beautiful green trench coat. Looks great layered with other shades of green.
Emerald green trousers. This may sound a bit out there, but these are set to take the Springtime by storm. The big hitting brands such as ASOS, TopShop and boohoo are all on board and are producing some amazing styles.
Emerald Footwear. This has always been a go-to for me and now it seems to be the case for the rest of the fashion world, so if you see some you like, grab them while you can
Lastly, emerald casual tee. These are the biggest of the lot. With the casual wear being such a huge sector this spring, a basic casual emerald tee will certainly not go unused this spring