Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Go Green

Every year the Pantone Color Institute announces the Color of the Year. The company began to release their colour trend predictions back in 2000, and those have proved to be quite influential in the past, especially when it comes to fashion. This time, the colour of the Year is Greenery, which basically means the zesty shades of yellowy-green just got cool again.

So be ready to see greenery throughout the spring 2017 collections. And if you absolutely can't wait, I have rounded up four iconic cinema moments and dresses to show you just how gorgeous the colour green can be. 

From the stunning emerald green colour worn by Vivien Leigh and Keira Knightley to the actual greenery on Rachel McAdams. These dresses have gone down in fashion history.


Keira Knightley in Atonement, Lavish Alice

Oh, Keira Knightley wearing an ultra-revealing silk chiffon stunner in Atonement. Perhaps, this is the most gorgeous emerald green dress moment ever seen on screen and she wears it so well. I’m green with envy.

Elisabeth Taylor in Butterfield 8, Topshop

All I’m saying is Elizabeth Taylor was way ahead of her time. Look at her in a lightweight silk slip dress, rocking the 'underwear as outerwear' trend. Fabulous!

Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind, Rokit

It’s pretty easy to copy Gone with the Wind dress style and wear it with a modern flair by simply choosing a dress in velvet. There are plenty of those on the high street this season, but between you and me I’m literally obsessed with GWTW, so the dress had to be special too. That’s why I have chosen this one-of-a-kind vintage beauty.

Rachel McAdams in The Notebook

Rachel’s dress is fresh and vivacious— exactly what they meant by Greenery. Her look is giving the major ‘40s vibes with an ideal combination of adorable dress, fabulous hair, and perfect accessories. I wish I could pull off the nature's neutral as easy as McAdams did. Grass is always greener on the other side, after all.


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