Most men don’t realise it, but wearing green clothes isn’t just for St Patricks day. In fact, wearing green is actually a great way to give your outfit some extra stylish detail. However, as green isn’t a primary colour, people tend to avoid buying clothes in it, afraid that it will appear too loud or out of place.
Admittedly, if you wear green incorrectly, then it can be a huge fashion faux pas. But, this shouldn’t be a reason to never wear it all. With a little be of knowledge and effort you will be able to style green clothes in a subtle and stylish way.
indisputably timeless, colour combinations really don’t come more refined than camel and olive green. Pairing these two versatile hues results in a contrast that’s striking but still totally wearable, working across everything from casual getups to all-tailored looks.
For a more laid-back take, try throwing a camel coat, jumper or long-sleeved T-shirt on underneath. Alternatively, take the look full-length by trying on a pair of camel chinos and subbing in a olive green tee to tie it all together.