Know your greens 

Found my favourite four in gorgeous green. Green is having a moment in fashion trends right now and I’ve hunted out 4 great ways to introduce green into your home or wardrobe. 

clockwise / from top left 

I think I’d wear this ASOS olive green jersey jumpsuit [£22.99] with white plimsolls or my favourite bargain White addidas-look-alikes from New Look, with a black faux leather thrown over. Massively into avoiding leather – more affordable and better for my attempt at veganism. The jumpsuit looks so comfy that I can imagine feet tucked in on a pub couch with a glass of something nice or mooching round the Saturday markets. 

An easy bit of chic with this green H&M jersey top [£7.99 bargain] coupled with a pair of leather look leggings and boots with a big chunk of heal. For warmth, sling on a great slouchy cardigan. 

Add green to the home with this IKEA drawer unit on castors [£25]. Not just do the office, it would look great as a bedside unit, storing books, magazines and hair slides (before they get lost in the eternal darkness that they never fail to disappear to) with some house plants trailing off it. 

Thought you weren’t a watch person? – me neither, but this needs to be on my wrist! I love this Olivia Burton Quartz Analogue watch [£80] available at Topshop.

‘The modern English word green comes from the Middle English and Anglo-Saxon word grene, from the same Germanic root as the words “grass” and “grow”. It is the color of living grass and leaves and as a result is the color most associated with springtime, growth and nature.’ Wikipedia  


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