FASHION’S FIXATION WITH GREENERY IS SURE TO SPRUCE UP YOUR AUTUMN-WINTER WARDROBE IF YOU CHOOSE THE HUE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU
It’s not that easy being green, as everyone’s favourite frog was fond of lamenting. Yet, with gorgeous garment greenery growing on shelves, there’s never been a better time to join the jade brigade.
The trick to pulling off autumn’s statement hue is in choosing a shade that suits your skin tone.
Deep forest green is the flatterer of the family and universally becoming.
If your skin has cool undertones, you’ll look best in a blue-based teal, while warm undertones work better with yellow-based moss-like shades.
Pure jewel tones make the strongest statement, but you don’t have to commit to a block colour.
Designers are exploring darkly exotic flowers and precious plants for print inspiration, perfect for pairing with midnight staples like these Saba culottes.
Gold jewellery is the classic complement, but consider patent or metallic boots to add a modern edge to silky cocktail numbers.
Don’t be afraid to play with power colours, contrasting jewel greens with equally bold accessories. Model: Cayley Scrooby, Chic
Fashion: All looks at David Jones, davidjones.com.au Stylist: Sally Coates
Location: The Island Penthouse
Lee Mathews Loulou silk georgette gathered top, $399; Lee Mathews Stella silk satin skirt, $339; Nine West Enchanting heels, $149.95.
LOOK 1: Camilla and Marc Rita midi dress, $699; Nine West Eric boots, $219.95; earrings stylist’s own.
LOOK 4: Bec & Bridge C’est Cool dress, $220; Nine West Enchanting heels, $149.95; jewellery stylist’s own.
LOOK 2: Saba Anika culottes in black, $179; Camilla and Marc Arlen top in Albertina Print, $399; Nine West Eric boots, $219.95.