But how to combine it to not look like it all
"I have a lot of green clothes and mint in the closet, but they look very vintage. How do I make them a little more modern? ”
I, too, like the writer above, had this question when mint nuances just started to be promoted. I remember that in my grandmother's house, sofa covers had exactly this tonality. It can look a bit vintage a few times, especially when choosing a "cartridge" side design.
Green (green) belongs to the category of cool shades, therefore artistically and visually, cool colors show the most elegant human body. It is a secondary hue and is formed by the union of yellow and blue.
Combines with yellow as well as blue. Even with neutral shades (beige, black, white).
One of the best fits is blue jeans. If you are not going to wear a green dress because you are not sure it will suit you, you can try a blouse, shirt or hair tie.
Combines beautifully with orange on pomegranate flowers. And bright red to orange. We are still obsessed with strong contrasts between cool and warm colors.
Green with lilac? Yes! Especially when they are both pastel. A purple shirt with buttons, or tied short, is combined with a pastel green bottom, "palazzo" or "bermuda" pants.
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