We’ve already identified oxblood as one of this fall’s standout shades for apparel and accessories, but there’s another hue that’s sure to be a hit this fall and will most likely stay strong straight into the winter. What might that color be? Hunter green, my friends. For quite some time I was a bit disenchanted with this particular shade (with good reason, of course). You see, my mom went through a bit of a “green” period during the 90′s and I would be willing to say about 78% or our home was decorated in dark green. Some might have called it overkill. We’ll just call it dedication. I had the same problem with baby carrots and turkey sandwiches for many years after my dad packed them in our lunches every single day for the majority of grade school.
And just like I now enjoy a great turkey sandwich, my feelings towards forest green have also come around. Fall’s deep shade of green is different than that of emerald green from seasons past. This evergreen is so dark it could appear almost black and it gives a complete look of luxe. Find a way to work it into your wardrobe with a knit maxi dress, chic bag, or soft velvet pants.