Minty Fresh
Posted by on March 21, 2012 | 4:23 pm EST

Besides tangerine tangos and royal blues, minty shades sit as one of spring’s top color trends. Beckoning a feeling of freshness, this lovely shade is one of the most eye-pleasing hues to swoop over spring runways. From dresses to sunglasses, we momentarily cool down the blinding neons with these calming mint pieces.

Tibi | Pleated silk-chiffon dress | $550

With this effortless and easy number, women will breeze through the day with such style and finesse.

Chloé | Sally textured and patent-leather clutch | $1,395

The seafoam and mint combination on this Chloé clutch make for one covetable spring item. This makes a statement without the brashness of neon.

Rag & Bone | Biscay low-rise leggings-style jeans | $190

Break out of dark-colored jeans and don this pair of Rag & Bone leggings-style jeans for a celebratory spring outing. Let this number hog the attention by pairing this with a crisp white top.

Jonathan Saunders | Oval waffle-knit cotton sweater | $635

This pullover sweater will warm you up this spring, but its aqua-gets-minty shade is one refreshing visual delight. Pair this with deconstructed denim shorts for a winning cool, casual and comfortable look.

Ippolita | Lollipop 18-karat gold, chrysoprase and diamond ring | $3,295

With its imposing chrysoprase stone and array of 0.45-carat diamonds, who can ignore this Ippolita ring?

Brian Atwood | Ambrette sandal wedges | Price not available

Brian Atwood brings the bubbly shades of mint and turquoise into one spring-ready sandal.

Rag & Bone | Clement scarf | $115

Scarves make for a great layering accessory and Rag & Bone’s Clement scarf is the one to have. Opt for a more relaxed and delicate look by wearing this lightweight scarf over a casual dress or a top-and-jeans combination.

Marc Jacobs | Vintage Inspired Round Frame | $325

Sunglasses are all the rage this spring. Nab this Marc Jacobs vintage-inspired pair to keep the sun stylishly at bay.


Images from Net-a-Porter, Rag & Bone, Marc Jacobs and Brian Atwood

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