How To Style Lime: 10 Striking Outfits

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Color trends do not normally change drastically in a sense that you are not likely to spot a brand new shade that was not known to the humanity last year. Usually, we have some fresh hues or the forgotten ones – both ways are quite cool. A lot of fashion designers offered a very adorable and engaging color trend for the coming winter, which I am sure you will fall in love with. As for me, I can tell you that I am completely fascinated by vibrant and delicious lime. Moreover, I got affected by this shade to such an extent that I even added it to the list of my most beloved ones – along with burgundy, purple and emerald green. If you got intrigued by my excitement, I suggest you check out the images below and receive your portion of bright inspiration.

Winter 2015 Color Trend: Delicious Lime

Kenzo released an absolutely mind-blowing look. I have no doubt that many of you will fall for this adorable ensemble, just the way I did. There is no way a lady can stay untouched by this incredible combination. The intricately knit suit consists of a sweatshirt and a matching flare midi skirt. I am in love with the embellishment that this look is full of. The glistening rhinestones and crystals create a very elegant and luxurious look. Despite the fact that I do not normally get affected by such kind of styling, this case is obviously an exception.

Unistyle Holding
Unistyle Holding
Unistyle Holding offered a much moderate and formal look. If your working station requires a very strict dress code, then it is totally impossible that you can rock an outfit by Kenzo. Hence, you need to get yourself something more modest and less catchy. However, you can stay within this color range – it is more about the silhouette and design here. This classic pant suit is an excellent choice for an office wear. Don’t let the bright shade create any doubts: if you pair it with more dim accessories, you will end up with a delicious look.

House of Holland
House of Holland
In case you are not ready to cover your whole body up in lime, here is a perfect solution for you. Start with the smallest styling and then, when you make up your mind about your attitude toward this vibrant color, you will be able to extend your closet a bit more. House of Holland designed a lovely outfit which features this hot color trend, yet in a very small quantity. A pair of ripped up bleached skinny jeans is paired with a navy chiffon blouse featuring see-through sleeves and ruffled lime embellishment. The red organza elements along with the blue suede shoes and red bag complete this unique ensemble.

Duckie Brown
Duckie Brown
Duckie Brown suggests you to go for a pair of flare pants in lime. Such an option is quite wise as you can create a myriad of looks with the help of these pants. Anything from a classic white shirt and a pair of lust red pumps to a baggy black sweatshirt, gray coat and fuchsia shoes will do equally good. It is all about your personal style and fashion taste here.

Cushnie et Ochs
Cushnie et Ochs
Cushnie et Ochs presented an incredibly marvelous outfit which is capable of turning any lady into one of the most exquisite and sophisticated ladies in the universe. The cotton lime pencil skirt in midi length is paired up with a matching atlas blouse which features a bow collar and a glowing surface. A pair of semi-transparent and semi-tan pumps is the only styling element in this look. No wonder: why else would you need anything else when you have such a complete and perfect ensemble.

Burberry Prorsum
Burberry Prorsum
Burberry Prorsum went for a darker shade of lime, which brings in some fresh zest. This sweet coat in fur and mid-ankle length look outstanding and along with the rest of the outfit creates a striking impression. While most of the ladies opt for regular colors when it comes to outerwear, you have this brilliant chance to show off your individuality and stand out from the crowd.

Bottega Veneta
Bottega Veneta
Bottega Veneta released a magnificent skater knee-high skirt. I am totally in love with the plain and elegant fit of the piece as well as the way it is styled. You can spot a simple charcoal gray turtleneck wool sweater which perfectly matches the zigzag pattern along the waistline of the skirt. Besides, a pair of black suede shoes and a gold and black chain handbag finished this gorgeous ensemble.

Andrew Gn
Andrew Gn
Andrew Gn decided to set the pitch black with the vibrant and alluring lime – I have to admit that this was quite a brilliant idea. The elegant flare chiffon skirt features impressive slits and transparent surface, while the top is styled in two colors. The black sleeves, collar and belt along with the mesh pattern against the lime bodice create a lovely contrast and make this outfit more desirable and saucy.

Alexander Wang
Alexander Wang
Alexander Wang suggests to go for as little styling in lime as possible. This adorable and super trendy knit sweater is designed in a range of cool colors: black, slate gray and bright lime. The combination of these shades is awfully great which makes this look so awesome and appealing. The piece is combined with an embroidered mini leather skirt in black and thigh-high rain boots.

Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani presented an incredibly elegant and luxurious look which will speak to a businesswoman. These flare capri pants in black perfectly go with the lace up lacquered boots as well as the light lime blazer. The crop fit of the latter along with the unique design and cute buttons makes this ensemble so unique and outstanding.

Above were the coolest and hottest ways to wear lime this winter!

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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