Don’t call it a comeback. OK, fine, you can if you want; after all, seafoam green is back on the fashion scene (and home decorating scene and every other scene). Dusting itself off from decades past, this refreshingly light color gives your summer wardrobe a fresh pop of color without blinding passersby. Summer: it’s when seafoam green is in fashion.
The second cousin, twice-removed, of mint green, seafoam screams (okay, it whispers) easy, breezy, summer style. Whether you go the accessories route, decorate your apartment ala the ‘50s home décor staple or opt for shades of seafoam in your summer wardrobe, you can’t go wrong. Heck, you can even go completely monotone from head to toe in seafoam’s many hues.With so many shades to choose from, you can be the picture of summer chic everyday of the season. Friends, when seafoam green is in fashion, you take advantage. So, go ahead, make ‘em green with envy.
Here’s a little inspiration:
Shop the look: Deep V Tank Top, $36, tobi; Dion Belted Scoop Back Dress, $300, Reiss; When Hearts Meet Ring, $12.99, Ruche; Bamboo Dash Suede Almond Toe Pump, $21.30, Urbanog; Chan Luu Crystal Beaded Wrap Bracelet, $195, Intermix; Chloe Sally bag, $1,200, Net-A-Porter; Kimono Jacket, $50, ASOS; Seafoam Darling Flats, $30, Ruche; AG Adriano Goldschmied Ankle Legging, $168, Amazon; Roark Perro Perdido SS Tee, $30, Swell; Walnut Sling Back Espadrilles, $120, Topshop; Rag & Bone Midrise Ankle Zip, $188, Intermix; Glimmered Piperita Dress, $99.95, Anthroplogie; Stripe Burnout Midi Dress, $20, Topshop; Tibi Marble-print dress, $220, The Outnet; Helene Jewelry Snake Skin Bangle Set, $75, Endless; Amelia Super Skinny Jeans, $47, River Island; Qupid Cube Sandal, $44.95, DSW.