Mother nature, those green eyes, that green Gucci Knit Lace Dress – green is inspiring. This season there are two ways you can go with green; no-nonsense utility green or green and glamourous.
No-nonsense Utility Green
Military inspired pieces and utility greens patrolled the SS16 catwalks, as seen at Phillip Lim and Versace – think khaki shirt-dresses and jumpsuits, green field jackets, silky green bomber jackets and cadet-style army skirts.
Phillip Lim Belted Pleated Skirt, £386.23, Farfetch
Long Shirt Dress by Love, £38, Topshop
V By Very Utility Shirt, £25, Very
Story Of Lola Utility Jumpsuit With Exposed Zip Detail, £42, ASOS
Reclaimed Vintage Retro Ma1 Bomber Jacket £65.00, ASOS
Colour Block Tee, £32, Topshop
Mini Draped Skirt, £29.99, Zara
River Island Ghillie Lace Up Heeled Sandals, £45, Very
Green & Glamourous
Glamour and green go well together. Be a green goddess in green lace, ruffles and glamorous green dresses.
Gucci opened their SS16 show at Milan Fashion Week week with a dark green lace dress. This show-opening Gucci Knit Lace Dress has a full-frontal zip and a blue and red knit web waistband with ruffle detail on the neckline.
Knit Lace Dress, £1900, Gucci
Lace Dress, £29.99, H&M
Green ruffles were also on show at Alexander McQueen, Valentino and Lanvin for SS16. Leanne Marshall released the forest nymphs at New York Fashion Week SS16, with full-length voluptuous dresses in forest green hues. The ethereal collection featured deep green evening gowns in silk organza, twill and chiffon and leafy hair pieces.
V By Very High Neck Ruffle Tea Dress, £39.00, Very
Green Stone Cuff Bracelet, £8.50, Topshop
Python Pencil Skirt, £42, Topshop
River Island 2 In 1 Bodycon Dress, £32, Very
ASOS Wiggle Dress with Split Front, £42, ASOS
Green Cut-out Side Bodycon Dress, £38, River Island