Give Me ALL The Swoonworthy Greens: Fall 2021

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Although browns and creams are usually my first pick for fall fashion (post coming soon), I really cannot get enough of all the greens for fall 2021.From sustainable dual-green-tone sneaks…to woven olive cardigans… to practical jackets in pine…to beautiful size-inclusive, sustainable limon-colored activewear… green is EVERYWHERE and it is ALL working.

The best thing about color trends is that I can wear them and feel “current”, but colors don’t necessarily go “out-of-style” (like other trends). The high-quality color pieces I love can stay in my forever closet and are worn in future seasons as well.

I also find color to be the easiest type of trend to incorporate into daily looks. It’s much more manageable for me to wear what’s in my closet (jeans; white tees; black sweaters; joggers; basic dresses) and then add in a new color. And this fall…it’s clear that color is going to be green.

Green: This Fall’s Swoonworthy Color Trend

SO many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now. Below you’ll find a collage of pretty green picks (these colors and pieces are too lovely to not include in a collage), and below that, five sections of easy and practical ways I’m incorporating pops of green into my current wardrobe.

So many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now....so check out 5 easy & practical ways I'm incorporating green into my wardrobe.

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All The Green Pieces I’m Loving This Season

1. Green Shoes (Mostly Sneaks)

I’m obviously wearing green sandals and green flats below, but I am MOST excited about all the fabulous green sneaks available this season. The sneaks at the top of this post (made with recycled materials) just came in, and they’re SO fun, but I’m also thinking of trying these in moss. Or…if you want to be fancy (but still be able to walk), check out these incredible military green clogs (bea-u-tiful!!!).

So many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now....so check out 5 easy & practical ways I'm incorporating green into my wardrobe.

L: top | cardi | denim | bag | similar | sandals
R: sweater | backpack | denim | flats

2. Green Sweaters

Gah! The green sweaters are stunning this fall. SO many good ones for whichever green tones you like best. The AllSaints asymmetrical sweater on the left also comes in neutral colors, but the green is particularly eye-catching. I love that the Rails fringe sweater on the right makes even joggers look like a “real outfit.”

So many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now....so check out 5 easy & practical ways I'm incorporating green into my wardrobe.

L: sweater | denim similar | boots | bag 
R: sweater | joggers | sneaks | bag 

3. Green Jackets

I love the style and color combo of the plaid jacket below. BUT, note that with long sleeves underneath it’s fine for me, but with short sleeves underneath it’s on the itchier side. The jacket on the left, however, is WILDLY comfy cozy. It’s a yummy one.

So many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now....so check out 5 easy & practical ways I'm incorporating green into my wardrobe.

L: jacket | jeans | sneaks | tee
R: jacket | jeans | sweater | boots | earrings (Black-Owned-Business) | bag

4. Green Bags

I fell in love with this green Clare V crossbody during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, but it sold out fast. It has been popping in and out of stock the past few weeks, so it’s definitely worth stalking. You can keep an eye out for it on eBay as well, or go for this similar one in green. The colorway is so good and easily pairs with many pieces already in my closet. The sling backpack on the right is a great size for when you don’t need a full backpack, but still need to carry a water bottle and some of the other mom stuff. This particular one keeps popping in and out of stock, but here are some other color/pattern options options as well.

So many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now....so check out 5 easy & practical ways I'm incorporating green into my wardrobe.

L: top | cardi | denim | bag | similar | bracelets (Black-Owned Business)
R: bag | more colors & patterns | top | denim

5. Green Activewear

Kat totally rocks this lovely shade of green in Reformation’s workout line (more of Kat in Reformation here). I’m also interested in Zella’s darker green tank and Athleta’s cozy wrap sweatshirt.

So many gorgeous options for that pop of green right now....so check out 5 easy & practical ways I'm incorporating green into my wardrobe.

cropped tank | leggings

What are we thinking, guys? Anyone rocking monochromatic greens head-to-toe or having luck mixing green tones? Any other fav green pieces I missed? As always, I appreciate your ideas, and would love to hear how you’re wearing greens this fall.

-Linzi

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    • Me too!! Love those boots— definitely let us know how they work out. I have my Vince green boots from last year that I’m planning on wearing on repeat over and over again. A good green boot is oh so good!

    • I did! I love it, but it’s sold out in most sizes, so I didn’t include it in my round-up. If your size is there, though…grab it up and let us know how it is in person! 🙂

  1. question about the j crew sneakers at the top: your picture at top shows the greens to be lighter/softer than the stock pic at j crew — which pic is truer? I need at least decent/average room in the toe box and reviews say these are narrow in the toe box…your thoughts? Any arch support in these (I’m guessing not)? Is the insole removable? comfort level in general? I love green but most shades of green (at least the olive and darker tones) don’t love me so I have to keep those accents away from my face.

    • Hi Chris. Yes…the green tones are lighter in person for sure. I think my photo is more true to the color. Toe box is on the narrower side and not much arch support…definitely feels like a lightweight fashion sneak (not a hardcore supportive athletic shoe). They just came in, but if I wear them all day, I’ll definitely put my Super Feet in them for more support. Hope that helps!

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