On Trend: Minty Fresh

Mint green is one of spring’s hottest colors. Here are six chic ways to wear it.

One of spring’s hottest hues also happens to be one of the freshest – minty green. It’s a breeze of fresh air in your wardrobe and combines well with staples like black, gray and white as well as with spring’s other pastels. Wear all solid basics or combine them with patterned pieces for a more layered look.

Capucine Bubble Dress by IDEO in Jade
This cute Ideo bubble dress features short pleated sleeves, a V-neck and elastic bubble hem. It’s ethically made in India, under fair labor standards using a light 100% organic ECOCERT labeled cotton jersey and dyed using water-based dyes.
$24, Fairtribe

Reuse Jeans Colored Skinnys
These bright, minty-colored skinny jeans are made with 70% recycled cotton 28% new cotton and 2% spandex and features Reuse jeans’ 4-way stretch denim, which ensures this jean will hug you in all the right places.
$95, Reuse Jeans

Lina Rennell Snap Top
This green top by eco-designer Lina Rennell features a check print, enclosed seams, brass snaps down front, 3/4 sleeves with cuffs, and an asymmetrical hem. Ethically made by hand, from 100% silk crepe, in Northern California.
$290, Beklina

The Beth Loop Scarf by Njabini
This Seafoam green double loop scarf by Njabini will keep you warm and toasty through cold spring nights. It’s hand knit in Njabini, Kenya. 50% of the sale price is put back into the hands of the women Njabini employs, stimulating the local economy, while 20% is donated to non-profit Flying Kites Global, which operates a children’s home and primary school in Njabini.
$36, Njabini

Jeffrey Campbell Rumble Boot
These mint green boots, part of Jeffrey Campbell’s exclusive vegan collection for Convert is the perfect way to add a touch of mint to an otherwise casual outfit. Pair them with jeans, a tee and a pattern scarf in minty tones and you’ll be on trend all through fall.
$155, Convert

Priti NYC Polish in Dusty Miller
The minty fresh hue of this polish is obtained without the use of any toxic ingredients, including formaldehyde. Priti NYC uses ingredients derived from organic compounds that are not only safe for humans but often used in food as well. All colors have been approved by the FDA.
$12.50, Priti NYC



Johanna Björk

Johanna is a sustainable fashion writer currently based in Ojai, CA. Read her weekly On Trend column to learn what's new in eco fashion.