How to Wear Pine Green

Every few months or so, I fall in love with a new color of the rainbow (who remembers when I discovered the joys of mustard yellow?? You a real one if you do). This season, I’m all about learning how to wear pine green. It’s such a beautiful color for colder days and it matches everything seamlessly. I’m talking black, navy, light wash jeans, brown – you name it. Pine green is totally a neutral and universally flattering shade if you ask me.


For my first foray into wearing pine green here on the blog, I paired my long sleeve crop top with a wide leg pant to play with proportions. My heeled booties paired with the wide leg pant help make me look like I’m not totally drowning in fabric. For accessories, I stuck to black with a minimalist crossbody and a spunky embellished beret. This look was super comfortable (thank you, cotton crop top and airy pants) and I felt ultra chic head-to-toe! You can steal my look with the following links:

Beret: Century 21

Top: Forever 21

Bag: Rebecca Minkoff

Pants: Asos

Boots: Forever 21

how to wear pine green no repeats or hesitationshow to wear pine green no repeats or hesitations

how to wear pine green no repeats or hesitations

how to wear pine green no repeats or hesitaitons

If you’re looking to add a new color to your wardrobe’s palette, look no further! I curated my top *affordable* pine green finds into a shoppable widget for your perusal:

Now that I’ve figured out how to wear pine green, you better believe I’ll be sporting it till spring hits. Do you own anything pine green? What’s your favorite color to wear in fall/winter? Leave your thoughts with me in the comments section below.

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