Eva Longoria, Melania Trump, and the Duchess of Cornwall choose all shades of the colour of life for summer events and functions.
Last weekend Eva Longoria appeared on the stage of DesignCare gala wearing a green dress with fantasy shoulders by Pamella Roland Resort 2020. Her stylist Charlene Roxborough chose the most exciting design solutions to make sure every time Eva hits the red carpet will draw everyone’s attention. Beautiful Lifestyle recalls other celebrities who chose to wear green this summer.
The American model has been captured wearing a trendy khaki romper by several street style photographers. Complemented by shoes of almost the same shade and a brown sack bag the look turned out non-aggressive and even feminine.
The First Lady of the United States often wears green outfits for meetings with foreign leaders. Her dress by Emilia Wickstead with a thin black belt to underline the waist looked exceptional at the National Prayer Day. Mrs. Trump’s looks are perfect for those who wish to make office attire more energetic.
At the Vogue Paris Foundation’s event the brother of Gigi and Bella Hadid taught men how to wear green. A classic dark green jacket with black trousers and a white shirt with thin blue stripes will stand out at an event where most guests will most probably wear black and white.
The aspiring model’s elder sister sets an example for beachgoers. Her swimsuit by the starting brand Louisa Ballou follows several trends including the colour, a high waist, and asymmetry. Probably not the best choice for sunbathing but perfect for a photoshoot.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
The Duchess of Cornwall chose a tender mint green for Trooping the Colour 2019. Prince Charles’s wife shoes a dress and an overcoat with contrasting white embroidery by Bruce Oldfield complemented by a light straw hat by Philipp Treacy.
Written by Polina Vorobyova