With St.Patricks Day behind us we can say slan agus beannacht to garish greens that bring back hauting memories of Irish school garbardines and scary leprechaun outfits.
Throw in the fad and forget forty shades and choose just three easy to wear tones. No snot green here.
One. Mint green goes with most skin colourings so do not fear it kids. Pair your chosen piece with a bright pink lipstick. Not one to change my ways I love Topshop’s Brighton Rock, no suprise here. Be brave like Iris from Fashion Zen and go all fuzzy in a mahoosive fur coat too.
Two. Khaki comes and goes like the common cold to me. Sometimes I dread the revival of this Cheryl Cole loving shade (not so good) and other times I’m the first to tear my wardrobe apart in search for those skinny khaki cigarette pants that I never manage to chuck into the Salvation Army bag.Like a good Coldplay song I’m a bit bored with it now. Overdone or not it is most definitely a fashion staple. Angela Scanlon wears it here with Ronald McDonald shades and still manages to make it look fresh and non-commando like. Thumbs up!
Notice you in Neon
Three. Spot the lime green beanie. I wish I could. I’ve been scouring shops up and down Sydney and on the internet in search for the perfect one. Everyone seems to have one except me. I’m on the brink of a fashion tantrum. I’m beginning to conclude that I have a strange shaped head as I can’t find one with the perfect fit. Either way neon green is having a mo’ and you should all be looking for one of these beanies. Plus, you’ll be easy to spot on the slopes too!