Somebody call Kermit the Frog and let him know he's en vogue again: Green outfits are trending. Girls on social media are swapping soft pinks and vibrant yellows for shades of pea, jade, sage, lime and lots of green shades in between. The "green aesthetic" (as it has become known on Pinterest) is popping, and there's plenty of recent retail smash-hit evidence to back it up.
For a few months in a row, we've seen ASOS's restocked green floral dresses selling out before they've barely made it back onto the virtual rails. This is a dress trend we charted all the way back to last summer when Réalisation's wrap dress stole the show. Then there are the Manolo Blahnik emerald satin pumps and Balenciaga Knife slingbacks in a strikingly similar fabric and colourway. Both have been keenly adopted by shoefie-takers the world over, spawning high-street copycats and inspiring women to swap their standard black pumps for green iterations. Of course, never a brand to be left out of a major moment, Ganni's acid-green polka-dot pieces are currently coming to the fore. The fashion world is even going crazy for Nigeria's World Cup 2018 jerseys, and they're instantly recognisable by the bright green zig-zag pattern and matching fluoro socks.
We've found plenty of evidence that there's more green action outside of dresses and shoes, too. The 25 looks below show the colour in jackets, matching co-ords, ruffled skirts, trouser suits and much more. So as well as getting some quality green-outfit inspiration to add to your Pinterest boards, there's also plenty of instructions on how to wear green—whether you want to test out the trend or go all-out.
Donna surprised us all with this fresh formula of mixing a slinky slip skirt with a boxy jacket, sneaks and orange accessories. We'll be snapping up that Joseph jacket now that it's on sale from £515 to £310.