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March 18, 2011  | by: Nessa Nguyen

This Milly dress is unconventionally paired with nude pumps.

Hope you all had a great time partying and decking out in green outfits on St Patrick’s Day. However, it doesn’t mean that you have to stuff all your green pieces into the back of the closet until this time next year.

Green is a popular color in nature. There are different shades of green that can bring out both youthfulness and maturity. Here are some tips on how to incorporate this underappreciated color into your outfit.

Everyone must not have forgotten the few “green moments” by Catherine Zeta Jones, Mila Kunis and Angelina Jolie at the 2011 Golden Globes. Jolie’s dress, with the sparkle and strong shoulders, is an appropriately glammed-up choice for the red carpet.

However, if you are going to wear green in an everyday outfit, a more casual version with a belt would suffice. Check out this bright green Urban Outfitters tank dress and jungle green Victoria Secret’s tee dress. Another option that shouldn’t be overlooked is the street style military print. This tube dress from Revolve Clothing is great because it juxtaposes the toughness of the print and girliness of the neckline.

As for jewelries, Ashley had a nice trend report recently about celebrities wearing emerald. Don’t forget to take away some of the tips and incorporate this elegant color into your outfit more often.

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