Wear and How: Pantone’s Fall Color, Dried Herb

This smoky olive shade has been around for years, but this fall it’s getting a chic reinterpretation. Long used strictly for military- or safari-inspired apparel, the classic hue is actually incredibly versatile—and sophisticated—when worn outside of its traditional realm. Pair it with whites (yes, you can wear those after Labor Day!), or couple it with some of Pantone’s other fall picks: blue-green Biscay Blue, mustard-yellow Oak Buff, or rich Marsala—it flatters all skin tones and goes with just about anything. Here are some of our favorite ways to green up your wardrobe.

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A little girly meets tomboy on galmeetsglam.com today #ontheblog #lace #rippeddenim #ootd #leopard

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@lnaclothing always making the best tee dresses #sloaneboutiqueotr #sloanespotted #thisisotr #madeinamerica

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#Charlottebag #jasonwu #JasonWuSpring2015

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Basically always wearing red, white and blue anyway 💁🏼🇺🇸 | @liketoknow.it www.liketk.it/1xPAt #liketkit

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New outfit post on the blog, link in profile! @targetstyle #AVAandVIV 🐢

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