Shades of green look fresh as we start to exit summer. It is likely to stay warm in most of the country in September and into October. There are shades of green that transition perfectly into fall. All shades of green look fresh, and some shades can be worn year round. Other shades of green have a more fall feel to them, and are perfect for transition in non-wooly fabrics. This year green looks great at night too. There are so many shapes and styles of green to explore on a luxury private shopping tour. New York shopping tours are a way to find all the newest pieces. Come on a tour of some of the stores in the New York and enjoy.
This Prada dress and bucket hat look fresh. The stripes are a clean green look. The yellow handbag adds a tonal punch.
A kelly green halter dress says summer. In the background, the green blazer and shorts say summer office in the city.
A slim green dress stands out. Wear it now with sandals, and come September add a sweater.
Update your casual looks by adding these track pants with a lime green inset down the legs.
And come fall, this green tweed sweater will pair with so many dresses and bottoms. It’s a Mainson Margiela sweater, so there are some fun design twists.
Shades of green look great in handbags. A pale mint Chanel bag will look great with both solids and patterns.
A slim shirt in lime green looks summery when paired with a big straw hat. Wear it with some pants and a leather belt and no hat for a cleaner look.
Lime green can look flirty. This full sleeve dress certainly does. Especially with the twisted front and some midriff peaking out.
Issey Miyake also likes lime green. This super-chic Pleats Please dress is artistically draped.
Go a little punk with a lime green leather coat. Maybe tights with laddering is not your look, but even without the tights the look is a good one.
Rick Owens mixes lime green sweaters and tees with black leather and drawstring pants for a look that is completely his.
Olive looks great with tan skin. The ruched bodice and tie back neck of this dress are flattering.
Sacai does a cool military jacket in a cotton twill. This jacket goes from summer to fall easily. Wear it with pants as well as this long skirt.
Acne does a hip olive mechanics suit. This will keep you in style twelve months a year. Add heels for an ironic .
A light weight quilted jacket hints at the fall that is coming. The shade of olive works with everything. It will become a go-to piece.
Camoflage is a staple this year. Sacai does a patched camo print in a jacket and pants. Wear them together or mix with some solids.
And this group of camoflage has all your daytime needs covered. Add a jaunty hat to each look for fashion effect.
Simone Rocha is getting ready for fall. A dark green Victorian inspired jacket is trimmed in jet. The oversized sweater can be worn with a satin skirt or something more casual.
Marc Jacobs likes green too. This jumpsuit is a good idea. The printed jacket really adds punch.
This slinky green halter dress is a little bit dressier. The soft ruching is attractive.
And a simple satin sheath dress is simple, but very cool. Simple works well this year. You can find lots of great minimal pieces on New York shopping tours.
Lela Rose puts a simple dressy look together with a green top.
Jil Sander uses a pale green panne velvet for a minimal but chic dressy slip dress.
And Jason Wu does a simple green dress with a pleat detail skirt.
And this dressier look stands out in dip-dye. The tones of green and yellow melt together. And the ruched sash slims.
Stand out in a fluffy, furry, pale green coat and pants. High octane fun, for sure.
And why not celebrate in this emerald ballgown? Green looks good this season, and it is found everywhere.