Emerald Beauty: A Color Collection

I’ll admit I was a bit unsure of Pantone’s 2013 color of the year at first glance, but as usual, the more I look at it, the more I think {inner monologue warning}  “yes, I think I’ll have some of that. ”

There is emerald as far as the eye can see.  This deep, rich, saturated green is EVERYWHERE…………

pantone color of the year 2013 emerald collection

One~GAP

Two~GAP

Three~ Branchbound

Four~JarosDesigns

Five~Essie

Six~ Artoncrafts

Seven~RebeccaMinkhoff

Eight~AmeliaKayPhotography

Nine~SquishySushi

Ten~J.Crew

What say you? Yay or nay? OK for accessories but ‘no go’ for apparel? Or, will anything emerald do?  I’d love to hear!

XO, Sara

P.S. I’m pretty sure I need to make the striped moto sweater mine.

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Comments

  1. I used to dislike green but the last couple of years I’m loving it again, especially Emerald Green. Well heck, I’m 1/2 Irish! Two of the skeins I won from Malabrigo Yarn are “Emerald”! Yeah!! I should get my fingers busy! Hope you’re having a wonderful February and so good to have you posting again! 🙂

  2. I love greens, but would not wear raw emerald clothing, although I did when I was a kid. For accessories, it is just lovely. All the jewelry pieces here rock, and I like the Emerald accented bag too. I may just have to dig out my emerald stud earrings and start wearing them again.

    • I think that for the most part I agree with you. I could definitely do the coat, striped sweater jacket, or any of the accessories……NOT sure about the pants {on me, anyway :-/}

  3. This is a gorgeous collection! Thank you so much for including my necklace!!

  4. I love green but think olive or moss are more for me. 😉 My favorites would be the bracelets above. Pretty!

  5. I love Emerald! The more I see it, the more I would love to have something green for spring!

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