It Isn't Easy Being Green | Spring Trend Edit18:58:00
While most of us stick to the menswear staples of navy, grey and black, there is one colour that's impossible to escape from this season: green.
Varying from olive to jade, from khaki to emerald, the green tones are dominating men's fashion for spring.
Alexander Wang SS16
Richard James SS16
However, not every shade is as easy to pull off and I'm nothing if not honest. I advise going for more neutral, muted tones which can be slipped into your wardrobe and work with the pieces you currently have. Opting for khaki or olive green will complement many shades of blue and grey, replacing some of your usual choices for a little refresh.
Zayn Malik spotted last week in head-to-toe khaki.
I've pulled an edit of some of the best pieces the high street and online currently has to offer.
This thin-gauge jumper is a soft, draped silhouette and the wide neckline keeps it modern.
For the more adventurous, this contemporary jumpsuit ticks all the right boxes.
More of a long-line cardigan than jacket, this is perfect for playing with length and layering.
The better half picked this up the other week on our trip to Dublin and I have already decided how I'm going to steal it!
Casual without being sloppy, this t-shirt will pair with slim joggers or casual trousers.
A classic jacket is given a summer spin in light weight linen. Ideal for a weekend away.
Pair this with jeans and boots for casual style, or chinos, loafers and blazer for a smarter evening look.
These versatile additions to your wardrobe look great cuffed with trainers or pair with smart Chelsea boots.
I hope you have fun experimenting with this shade, here's going green this spring!