Emerald City

How to wear the Pantone color of the year



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This year emerald is the must-have hue. Much like the gemstone, the color exudes luxury and opulence. The brilliant green was seen on the spring runways of New York Fashion Week and is perfect for the season when paired with other vivid colors such as orange and yellow. Transition your winter wardrobe to spring by adding bright green pieces to your dress, denim, and jewelry collections.

 

Geometric Gem Necklace, $66, Lipp Boutique, 704-370-2440

Central Park West Tie-Neck Blouse, $110, Sloan, 704-376-1275

Just USA Black Label Coated Denim, $88, Lipp Boutique

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