2013 Fashion: The Pantone Color of the Year Is Emerald

emerald fashion accessoriesEach year the fashion and design communities wait with bated breath for Pantone, the provider of professional color standards for the design industries, to release its “Color of the Year.” For 2013, the wait is already over! Pantone has spoken and the Color of the Year is emerald. Pantone describes its choice as “a lively, radiant, lush green” – and we must agree!

Emerald isn’t just beautiful on gemstones and in cosmetics; it’s just as lovely on your little one! This gorgeous green deserves some play outside of St. Patrick’s Day, and we have some charming emerald choices to keep your tot chic and trendy all year long in 2013!

girls' green lace romperStart with our Green Lace Romper, which makes a lovely lace base for an emerald outfit–and the price is great, too, at just $8.99! (Not only do we love wearing green–we love saving it, too!). To keep her cozy in her emerald ensemble, add some of our Ivory Gathered Cotton Leg Warmers or ruffle-y White Organza Leg Warmers that add fashionable layers without drawing attention away from the romper’s beautiful, jewel-like hue.

To add some more gorgeous green to her wardrobe, we’ve got some darling lace ruffle petti shorts in just the right shade (and at the right price, on sale for just $4.50). Of course she’ll also need some emerald green flair in her hair, and our Green Crochet Headband, Kelly Green Hair Bow, and Gerber Daisy Flower Hair Clip (pictured at the top of the post) are just what the fashionista ordered!

The best part about all this emerald green goodness? It can be mixed and matched with all of our tutus, leg warmers, and hair accessories for dozens of truly unique looks that feature this year’s hottest color!

The color authority has spoken, and they’re keeping it green in 2013! What do you think of emerald as the Color of the Year? Do you plan to rock it in your little tot’s wardrobe?

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