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Green Going Out Dresses

You can find green dresses in almost every shade imaginable, particularly if you know where to look. So if you’ve got your heart set on a perfect green going out dress for a wedding, party or Christmas, browse through our green dress section and you’re guaranteed to find one that you love.

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Be prepared to stand out from the crowd looking confident and refined.

Styles of green dresses for this season

Green dresses are becoming more and more popular this season and are available in most styles.

Although green is a unique colour and often serene type of dress, be careful where you wear them, they’re not always as versatile as the classic Little Black Dress or LBD or its rival the little red dress. The most common styles out there this season are the Green Pintuck Dresses and Green Maxi Dresses. However of you choose the classic styles, Green Shift Dresses or Green One Shoulder Dresses you can’t go wrong.

You’ll find that green dresses are available from turquoise to mint, lime to emerald and everything in between. Although emerald green dresses are probably the most popular.

The best situation to wear a green dress

Green dresses are a brilliant choice for women of all ages for going out. They’re often reserved for spring a summer occasions, however if you choose the right shade you can style it perfectly for autumn and winter.

Accessorising a green dress

If you’re off out to a Christmas party, you’re in a festive mood but red’s not your colour; choose a flattering darker green dress – popular styles for this season are, one shoulder and empire line, and pair it with black opaque tights, a little black clutch and black shoes, both flats and heels would work with most styles, I’d go with: the more important the event, the higher the heels.