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Yes, it is possible to wear lots of green without looking like a lost leprechaun. Click through to see how some of our favorite celebs and style stars wear this bold color from head to toe—along with our tips and tricks for making the hue work for you.
Mix and match several shades of green.

See how Hanneli combined a garden green knit with chartreuse pants and a bottle green, almost blueish bag? Or how Miroslava's mixing of neon, army and kelly greens comes out looking completely balanced? That's what it's all about.

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Add a pattern.

Whether it's a hit of plaid, a bit of leopard or a few well-placed stripes, introducing one other bold print or pattern into your look will temper all that green beautifully.

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Opt for olive.

Fact: olive and army green tones are far less intimidating to wear—especially from head to toe—than kelly or emerald shades.

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Make it major with metallics.

Super-serious about making a statement? Why not really go for it and choose shimmering shades of green, in the form of separates or otherwise. Those street style photogs will be falling all over themselves to snap your pic.

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Suit up (sort of).

It's not a look for the meek, but a green top, sweatshirt or knit paired with pants in the exact same shade makes for one heck of a striking look—and needs no additional accessorizing to stand out. So go ahead, embrace the beauty of the monochromatic.

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