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4 stylish ways to wear green for St Patrick’s Day 2019

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 15/03/2019 Sabrina Carder
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Green has never been more on trend.

Thanks to the spring/summer 2019 runways, where designers, including streetwear supreme Off-White and Instagrammable Rejina Pyo, championed shades of neon, lime and khaki, green is destined to be one of the hottest hues this season.

If you're looking to get into the St Patrick's Day spiritor simply fancy treating yourself to a new stylish buy here are four ways to wear green this weekend.

Neon

a person standing posing for the camera: Emporio Armani spring/summer 2019 (Getty Images) © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited Emporio Armani spring/summer 2019 (Getty Images)

Neon is here to stay. Fluorescent pink and orange ruled may of the spring/summer 2019 runways, but at Armani, Natasha Zinko and Cristiano Burani, it was all about bright green.

To make a chic sartorial splash, opt for a structured ensemble like a suit or blazer dress.

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Neon belted dress by Nasty Gal, £25 |

Stylish Snakeprint

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To tick off two trends in one, take note from Virgil Abloh, who sent a whole lot of neon snakeskin down the runway at Off-White's spring/summer 2019 show.

Mixing neon with ever-popular animal print has been an instant hit on the fashion scene, and the high street has wasted no time in recreating it.

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Pleated midi skirt in neon snake print by New Look, £22.99 |

Lovely Lime

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Pair a pastel lime green shirt with jeans or a pretty maxi skirt and you've created yourself an easy summer uniform.

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Mila crinkled-satin shirt by Rejina Pyo, £295 |

Khaki Cool

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For a more grown up take on green, plump for muted khaki tones. Alberta Ferretti's utility-inspired boilersuit is bang on trend for 2019 and can easily be effortlessly styled for day or night.

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Utility workwear boilersuit by & Other Stories, £89 |

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