"50 inch screen, money green leather sofa..."
That's what I thought of when I walked out with this outfit on.
We often associate green with colder seasons, like Winter and Fall, but it's a great color to help transition your wardrobe and style into the warmer seasons. It is pretty warm in NYC this weekend, but since we aren't out of the clear just yet, I decided to layer this look a bit more. I love a semi-monochromatic look, with slight touches of complementary colors. The reds, tans and blacks in this tunic top are just enough to add dimension without overpowering the look.
Bombers have been trending throughout Fall and Winter, and I'm pretty darn sure they're sticking around for Spring. This green bomber is pretty much a staple and the gold accents take it up a notch. Again, the green bomber against the camp-style tunic adds monochromatic elements without the monotonous feel.
Because I chose to go with a black pant, I decided to bring touches of green back into the bottom of this look with these black and green caged sandals. A caged sandal or bootie is a great shoe to help transition as well.
How are you transitioning your Winter wardrobe into Spring?