Out of the obvious color trends we saw on the runways during New York Fashion Week from Gwen Stefani’s slinky black L.A.M.B. numbers, to the decadent silver sequins spotted at Naeem Khan, and even the fun blues and pinks at Rebecca Taylor, there was still one underlining trend that we kept seeing over and over. When it came to exuding a lux style it seems most of the designers shared the same idea– it’s time to go green! We were sold with the money green looks which came in many varied forms including your classic day dresses to funky furs. Still, we’ve got a long way to go before we can slip into the sexy green Malandrino pictured above. No worries, feast your eyes on these flirty green dress options, all less money than a Spa Week treatment. Pushing the typical florals trend to the side are graphic prints. The green reflected in this wrap dress hits all the right notes. BCBG Wrap Dress, 48.98 So sweet and rugged at the same time. This short hunter green dress makes a great option for those warm days. Jack by BB Dakota Fiona Dapple Dress, 50.00 Combining different shades of green is a sure fire way to stand out against the fashionable crowd’s all black uniform. Print Cocktail Dresses by Classique, 48.00 This dress has 80 degrees and blue skies written all over it. Sparke & Fade One shoulder Dress 34.99 A structured silhouette works for weddings or an evening office party. Nine West Green Dot Taffetta Dress with Black Trim, 49.99 2 Responses Spa Week Treatments to Go Green for St. Patrick's Day | Spa Week Daily March 17, 2011 […] you remember to sport your GREEN today? Fret not, if green has never been a color in your wardrobe you can honor the occasion by […] Reply Women Spend Less Than $50 on Shoes? | Spa Week Daily March 16, 2011 […] woman owns about 17 pairs of shoes and only spends around $49 for each pair. Did someone say Fashion Under $50? Kudos to the proud women of America who can save and still maintain great style. If you’re […] Reply Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.