Go Green: How to Wear the Pantone Color of 2017
A famous frog once said, “It’s not easy being green.” But this year, it’s all about green, according to Pantone, which has anointed a fresh and natural shade called “Greenery” as 2017’s color of the year. It calls to mind nature, the outdoors, and the first days of spring. This season, variations of it are popping up all over The Shops at Columbus Circle. Even if you don’t think green is your thing, we’ve found myriad ways to wear it.
Ted Baker London Top ($185)
Bring a little nature into your look with the Naddi keyhole top from Ted Baker. Green leaves are woven throughout the lush Gem Gardens print.
J.Crew Pouch ($39.50)
Throw this leather J.Crew pouch into your tote or use it as a cocktail bag. The sophisticated color combination will go with just about anything. (It can also be monogrammed.)
L.K.Bennett Skirt ($425)
Cut from digital-print silk, the Tipi skirt has bold slashes of color throughout. The retro-chic silhouette transitions from work to a wedding with ease.
Hugo Boss Dress ($745)
The pattern in this vibrant Danya silk-blend printed shift dress from Hugo Boss takes its inspiration from the work of modern artist David Hockney.
Coach Wristlet ($195)
Your friends will be green with envy when they spot you rocking this all-green wristlet. Or convert it to a crossbody using a chain strap, sold separately.
Morgenthal Frederics Sunglasses ($495)
These oversized octagonal sunglasses are a collaboration with fashion designer Rosie Assoulin. With their green lenses and frames, they make a colorful addition to your wardrobe.