10 Style Secrets That Prove It IS Easy Being Green

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    Glinting ocean tones, freshly cut grass, tropical flora and fauna...what's not to love? Green's our thing.

    Evoking all things "summer," our friend emerald is giving our seasonal wardrobes a major makeover. It’s bold and it’s bright, but we’re telling you, it’s totally easy to pull off. So take cover, khaki — we're about to prove that this much-maligned hue is basically a neutral.

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