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When it comes to your typical fall wardrobe, standard neutrals are the go-to for a lot of people, but this season, green is taking over. So many designers had green on their fall runways—and we’re talking every shade of green, from pistachio and olive green to forest green and teal. It’s a great colour for everyone to play with because it’s the closest shade to a neutral in the colour world, much like the way blue works in our wardrobes. Basically, it will work well with other colours in your closet, but it’s a little more exciting than your basic brown or black.

Stylist Erica Wark shows us four ways to wear some of her favourite shades below.

Look 1: Moss Green

Moss green is an easy shade to dip your toes into. If wearing head-to-toe, make sure you vary your textures like in this outfit with a vegan suede moto jacket from Banana Republic on top of a ribbed sweater. Finish off your look with cognac accessories – the perfect accent to moss green.

GET THE LOOK:

Banana Republic Vegan Suede Jacket | Banana Republic Ribbed Sweater| Addition Elle Cargo Pant | Banana Republic Hoop Earrings | H&M Bag | Addition Elle Belt | Zara Boot

Look 2: Forest + Mint Green

Forest and mint green in combination look incredibly fresh for fall. In the cooler months, you want to ground your lighter shades like mint green, so that`s where the forest faux leather leggings from Zara come in, as well as the dark green accessories.

GET THE LOOK:

Zara Coat | Zara Oversized Sweater | Zara Oversized Shirt | Zara Faux Leather Leggings | Zara Quilted Crossbody | L’intervalle Block Heel

Look 3: Teal + Chartreuse

Teal and chartreuse are two shades of green that make a serious statement when worn together. Since chartreuse is on the brighter end of the green spectrum, the Babaton teal pants and navy and teal plaid jacket ground the look and make it more seasonal.

GET THE LOOK:

Zara Coat | Babaton Plaid Blazer | Banana Republic Turtleneck | Babaton Pant | Zara Earrings | H&M Shoulder Bag | L’intervalle Heel

Look 4: Olive Green

Olive green is another fresh shade of green to try this fall. This olive suit from Zara looks incredible on its own, but the sheer black camisole, black belt and pumps really elevate the outfit for an evening out.

GET THE LOOK:

Zara Blazer | Zara Pant | Babaton Camisole | H&M Earrings | H&M Square Bag | L’intervalle Heel

On Erica:
H&M Dress