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Turn over a new leaf with Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2017

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‘Greenery’, a hue that signifies nature, hope, and new beginnings, has been announced by Pantone as Colour of the Year 2017. This fresh and zesty shade of yellow-green, which was also prominent on the Spring 2017 runways, is meant to evoke fond memories of the first days of spring while, at the same time, act as a reminder for all of us to stop, breathe, and reconnect with the environment around us. Scroll down to see our list of favourite pieces in this refreshing hue, and surround yourself with the positivity this colour of nature brings.

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From left: Céline, Mary Katrantzou, Balenciaga, Tory Burch.

(image credit: Diego Zuko for Harpers Bazaar)


Featuring Swarovski crystal studs and silk-satin tassels that swing from a pair of hand-woven loops, these clip-on drop earrings by Oscar de la Renta will add a delightful touch to your look with its refreshing green palette.

HK$2,750 at Matchesfashion


Made from lustrous, double-faced satin, this green top by Balenciaga comes with a short sleeve that slides gracefully off the shoulder, resulting in an artfully twisted shape that is elegant and sophisticated.

HK$7,900 at Matchesfashion


Known for its exclusive use of tailor-made sewing techniques and boho romantic styles, this midi skirt by Erika Cavallini features an elasticated waistband and a pleated style — an ideal choice for your casual-chic city attire.

HK$2,571 at Farfetch


Made in Italy, these satin slides by Miu Miu feature leather insoles and a pleated front strap, which is adorned with a rabbit-fur pompom on a rose-pink disc for an eye-catching tonal finish.

HK$6,150 at Matchesfashion


This lightweight jumper by Isabel Marant Étoile features a contemporary stripe design, with three additional buttons on one side of the shoulder for a practical finishing touch. Pair this with a midi skirt or jeans with ankle boots for a vibrant off-duty ensemble.

HK$2,450 at Luisaviaroma


Perfect for warding off a chill on cooler days, this lightweight cashmere and silk scarf by Loro Piana is decorated with a subtle floral print, which will make a pretty addition to your neutral basics.

Approx. HK$9,538 at Mytheresa


Florals for spring can seem predictable, which gives us all the more reason to love this cotton blend dress from Carven, which is elegantly adorned with blue blossoms, an unusual colour choice that is both modern and stylish.

HK$3,719 at Farfetch


Also made in Italy, these embroidered loafers by Etro have leather soles and 10mm heels for extra comfort, while the back of shoe can be folded down to create mules for more laid-back approach.

HK$8,700 at Luisaviaroma


These cotton-blend cropped trousers by Rosetta Getty come in a flattering fit and flared silhouette, finished with a pin-tucked crease for a smart and sophisticated appeal.

HK$7,370 at Farfetch

Cindie Chan
Style Editor
Fashion blogger turned editor, Cindie has spent over seven years covering all things stylish in the digital world. When she’s not busy poring over the latest covetable releases or attending the most talked-about fashion events in town, you’ll find her enjoying some precious downtime with her newborn son and sweet dog Rosy.