The colour of the year for 2017 was "greenery", described by Pantone as "a fresh and zesty yellow-green", and it's still fresher than ever.  Last year it swiftly made it's way into all areas of design including interior, web, print, architectural and, of course, fashion.  With 2018 bringing in a new colour of the year, green surprisingly remains one of the fashion industry's prominent colours.  If green was just a little too zesty for your fashion taste buds, we are now seeing it in softer - dare I say more flattering - hues.  Maybe there is something about springtime that fashionistas around the world just cannot resist a soothing shade of green.  Just this month Queen Elizabeth II, Pippa Middleton, and Doria Ragland all wore differing hues of green to the royal wedding.  If the queen is wearing green, then so are we.
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The queen wears a cheerful shade of lime green to the royal wedding.  This shade is just vibrant enough to be eye catching yet not overwhelming.
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Pippa Middleton wears a soft pistachio green to the royal wedding.  This lovely hue is very flattering and easy to match with other colours.

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Doria Ragland wears a mild pale green to the royal wedding.  This shade is simply enchanting and very forgiving; another easy colour to wear.   We love these royal ensembles, but you do not have to wear green head to toe; try introducing it into your wardrobe with one article of clothing or an accessory.  These looks are great ways to add a fresh splash of lime to your summer looks.
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Kim Kardashian opted for a braver hue of green.  This casual jacket in a vibrant hue perfectly completes an otherwise grey outfit.

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If you are still hesitant to add green to your look, start with some lively lime green nails.  The perfect pop for your summer look.