With spring just around the corner, the Tuesday team are already looking for ways to breathe new life into our outfits. Get ahead of the sartorial seasons by reinvigorating your wardrobe with the colour green. From lime to emerald and grassy to chartreuse, keep scrolling to see how to wear these zesty hues now. They’ve got the green light from us… Effortless Emerald Marching off the runways and leaping into the wardrobes of the most influential fashion editors, while this hue is undoubtedly bold, it can be easily incorporated into your everyday ensembles. Style a bright trophy coat over a jumper and jeans for an effortless yet elevated ensemble. Then finish off your outfit with matching green accessories to add extra style points. Shop NowBelted Coat119Shop NowColour-Block Jumper29.50Shop NowPearl Necklace12.50Shop NowMock-Croc Bag39.50Shop NowRelaxed Jeans25Shop NowPython Court Shoes25 Serene Green Amplify the whimsical nature of the colour green by donning a floral-print dress in a vivid hue. Offset this frock against neutral shades such as cream-white or black for a sophisticated spin. A coat and pair of boots in a muted shade will balance out the extroverted tendencies of the dress, while a matching bag pulls the look together perfectly. You could also try styling this outfit with trainers for an off-duty aesthetic. Shop NowLongline Coat89Shop NowMidi Dress45Shop NowPearl Earrings9.50Shop NowMulti-Row Bracelet12.50Shop NowMini Tote Bag35Shop NowBlock-Heel Boots39.50 Sartorial Shamrock While a tailored coat, a fine knit, wide-leg trousers and trainers are hardly a groundbreaking outfit, this look is transformed by the vibrant green colour along with the punchy patterns. Subtly matching the brightly coloured hues from your top, trousers and trainers will help to create a harmonious high-fashion inspired ensemble too. Shop NowTailored Coat89Shop NowRibbed Jumper25Shop NowHoop Earrings9.50Shop NowMini Bag69Shop NowChecked Trousers39.50Shop NowRibbon-Detail Trainers29.50 Tuesday tries to ensure that every image we use is credited to the original source. If you believe any credit to be incorrect, please let us know at [email protected].