Though we already showed you various ways to wear the next up-and-coming color, olive green, a celebrity example works just as well. Beyonce wore a ruched-detail Alexander McQueen olive green dress to the US Open and slathered a bunch of rhinestone necklaces over it; olive green a la Beyonce. Her bright turquoise nail polish adds further Beyonce oomph. Grab your olive green dress now before it's going, going, gone.
Now that you have the sexy explora and hot militarian looks down, let's ponder the sleek utilitarian. This ensemble mixes tailored elements, like this structured tweed coat, with soft cargos and a safari-inspired shirt. The different textures and varying shades of green create delicious depth. Oh, don't forget to complement your green tones with a pair of suede mustard booties and purple polish — delish.
We're so obsessed with Fall's fresh color, as well as these styley editorials featuring it, we wanted to take you to the next level. Let's get dressed like a sexy explora. The bare bones: olive green shorts — you can cut a long pair, like these Chloe's, and cuff them — a rustic, green belt and a sexy neck tank. I included a swimsuit for when you need to trek across swampy terrain. A hooded parka should shield you from the elements, and a bushmaster hat will bring forth your inner Dundee. Dog tag necklaces are as tough as it gets. Adventure awaits . . .
Baby, it's cold outside, but that shouldn't stop you from looking stylishly warm. Just take a gander at Gwyneth Paltrow, spotted on her way to lunch in London. Her olive green jacket is quintessentially chic. This warm color gives off a cool, militant vibe and goes with any ensemble. Pair it with skinny black pants and boots right now and with a flirty frock in the Spring. I actually own four and wouldn't have it any other way.
Sundance is still rolling along, and last night it brought out a face we haven't seen in a while: Charlize Theron. The actress walked the red carpet for her new movie, Sleepwalking, in an olive cowl-neck dress and black leather boots. Her look, black trench coat included, is very cold-weather appropriate and cool. Does anyone else think her new short hairstyle makes her look a bit like Kylie Minogue?