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Lunchtime Fashion Fix: Inject some fun into your wardrobe with a splash of green


By Sarah Finnan
11th Aug 2022

@victorianordmark

Lunchtime Fashion Fix: Inject some fun into your wardrobe with a splash of green

Go big with your colour choices, or go home.

According to WWD, the biggest colour trends of 2022 are “rooted in optimism, warmth, growth and excitement”. All good if you ask us. Two years of loungewear and alternating between day and night pyjamas means that we’re more than ready for fashion to be fun again… and right now, we’re revelling in the freedom that a post-Covid world allows.

Don’t get us wrong – coordinating tracksuits, silk robes and soft-as-a-cloud slippers still all have a place in our wardrobe, we’ll just be opting for bright hues over muted tones going forward. 

So, what colours look set to be big? Trend forecasters such as Pantone, WSGN and Etsy started releasing their colour predictions in early December last year, and they all agreed that fashion will be dominated by statement pieces that demand attention. Think varying shades of pink, orange, green, yellow and blue; basically anything vibrant that draws the eye. 

As Irish people, we went straight to green (it is our national colour, after all). We scoured the internet for inspiration so you don’t have to. Shop our edit below.  

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Crinkle Square Neck Swimsuit, €59, Arket

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Satin Floral Dress, €79.99, Mango

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Linzi Forever Court Heeled Sandal With Diamante Bow Trim, €52, Next

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100% Cotton Printed Dress, €69.95, Zara

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Khaki Denim Jumpsuit, €80, River Island

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Collared Linen Mini Dress, €79, &Other Stories

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Brio Two Piece, €335, Reformation

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Sorcha O’Raghallaigh Micro Ostrich Feather Tote, €295, Brown Thomas

Nobody’s Child Button Tea Midi Dress, €56.99, ASOS

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Bottega Veneta Intrecciato-effect Bucket Hat, €400, My Theresa

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