The street style scene at New York Fashion Week proved to be a colorful one, with highlighter hues taking a clear front-row seat. From poppy yellows to fluorescent pinks and glowing greens, this season's dressing approach was (and continues to be) all about brighter, more eye-catching pieces. Case in point: Gigi Hadid's neon-green sweater — a cozy knit that's worth adding to your lineup this season, especially if you've been meaning to try your hand at the slime green trend that's been oozing its way into everyone's wardrobe.
It was nearly impossible to miss Hadid in New York City on Feb. 13, as she headed to and from her final NYFW shows in one of her brightest looks to date. Clearly, she wasn't going to let the chilly, dreary NYC temperatures put a damper on her style, opting for a mood-boosting, bright-green sweater from Marina Moscone that's so blindingly cool, you might have to put on some sunglasses before looking at it.
Hadid's knit of choice has that just-right oversized fit, a roomy turtleneck, and extra-long sleeves that are sure to keep your hands warm, too. What makes it all the more covetable, though, is the fact that it's rendered in the ultimate hue-of-the-moment: an eye-catching, neon-green that's bound to brighten everyone's day in an instant.
The model kept it simple on the bottom, opting for a pair distressed, straight-cut jeans that added some rugged edge. Hadid rounded out the look with her go-to shoe of choice: a pair of clear-soled, platform sneakers complete with subtle accents of fluorescent yellow that perfectly tied in with her sweater. The 23-year-old pulled her hair into an easygoing, mid-height ponytail, adding a touch of sci-fi appeal with her Le Specs sunglasses.
It's undeniable that slime green is in for the long haul, and it's a color trend that's certainly worth a try — even if you typically tend to stay away from bold shades. Not only will it brighten up your cold-weather wardrobe in mere minutes, but it's also guaranteed to boost your mood. Ahead, The Zoe Report's favorite Hadid-inspired neon-green sweaters to buy now.