This is for Team Summer Solid Green and that means any tone, tint, hue or shade of green. From mint, sage, lime, apple, neon, Kelly, jade, bottle, grass, emerald and British racing green, to chartreuse, all sorts of olive, hunter, and forest green. Take your pick. Think of any way to wear solid green in a Summer outfit.

On to some outfit ideas.

1. Easy Frock

Throw on a solid green dress in a silhouette that tickles your fancy. Finish it off with Summer shoes and a bag to match. Easy! Here an unstructured emerald shirtdress is completed with on-trend chunky black slides and a zebra-patterned clutch, both of which pick up the black hair of the model. Large hoop earrings are a fab blingy touch.

Easy Frock

2. Minted Separates

For those who like soft pastel greens, combine the pastel in the form of a top with light bottoms. Here, a fluid mint pop-over linen shirt is combined with wide leg pleated tan pants. It’s tucked to showcase the belt and define the waist. Tan slides and a sage satchel complete the look. Watch the hems on wide leg pants. Make sure they are short enough so that you don’t trip over them.

Minted Separates

3. Dressed Up Shorts

Combine a dressier bright or dark green top with black shorts. Tuck the top if you like more structure. Add a pair of white sneakers or dressier shoes to finish off the look. Black sandals, slides, mules, ballet flats, pumps and loafers could work too. Sub the shorts for a black skirt or pair of pants if that’s more your thing. Add a bag to match.

Dressed Up Shorts

4. Utility Pretty

And last, combine a pair of olive utility pants with a white support act. Choose your white, which might be off-white, cream, bone, or tan instead of optical white. Choose a pretty white top to contrast with the adventure and utility vibe of the pants. A soft boho-lite top can work well. Add white sandals to match the top, and a bag that works with the palette. Here the white earrings are a lovely touch.

Utility Pretty