Spring Work Wardrobe Staples: Green

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Sweater: Nordstrom (old)
Belt: Old Navy (old)
Blouse: "Print Fold Neck Top" in ivory, $69.50 at Banana Republic here
Skirt: Banana Republic (old), similar "Sloan Pencil Skirt" in black, $79.50 here
Pumps: Kelsi Dagger "Linzy" in black patent, $62.99 (on sale) at Amazon here
Watch: Michael Kors, but my new watch crush is the Marc by Marc Jacobs "Baby Dave" in gold, $250 at Nordstrom here
Arm candy: "Gold Bangle Set," $34.50 (on sale!) at J Crew here, green bangle from Forever 21 (old)
Now that stores are filled with bright spring colors, I am inspired to add these colors into my work wardrobe.  Green is a color that I have not traditionally worn much of, but I am seeing it quite a bit this spring and I want to incorporate more green office-friendly pieces into my spring wardrobe.  One recent purchase is my emerald green "Hampton" pants from Banana Republic, already featured in a previous post: Emerald and Mint.  In addition to pants, wardrobe staples like a cardigan sweater, a belt, and bracelets can be interchanged with other neutral staples like blouses and skirts while still adhering to the office dress code.   

Check out my picks for spring green work wardrobe staples below:


Left: Caslon "V-Neck Cardigan" in green clover (available in petite!), $59 at Nordstrom here
Middle: Charter Club "Long Sleeve Classic Cardigan" in gumdrop green, $29.98 at Macy's here
Right: "Luxlight Crew Cardigan" in extremely green (available in petite and tall!), $44.95 at the Gap here


 Left: Cole Haan "Enamel Dressy Belt" in emerald patent, $48 at Zappos here
Middle: Levi's "Bright Skinny Belt" in green, $24 at Levi's here
Right:  "Envy Skinny Belt" in green, $12 at Nasty Gal here


   Left: Kate Spade New York "Idiom Ultra Thin Enamel Bangle" in mint, $32 at Nordstrom here
Middle: "Multicolored Lacquered Bangle Set" in gold/multi, $8.80 at Forever 21 here
Right:  "Sweet Step Stone Bracelet" in green multi, $45 at Banana Republic here

How would you integrate green into your spring work wardrobe?  Thanks for reading! 

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