Monica Mendes posing outside of the Stella Jean runway show during Milan Fashion Week wearing a gorgeous pair of emerald earrings - Feb 28, 2016 Monica Mendes posing outside of the Stella Jean runway show during Milan Fashion Week wearing a gorgeous pair of emerald earrings - Feb 28, 2016

(And not look like a shamrock.)

Because who needs shamrocks when you’ve got real rocks? And that leads us straight into the first of Spring 2018’s Top Seven Ways to Wear Green: emerald jewelry. Go with a couple of dazzling dangling earrings or pair a gleaming necklace with an all black ensemble (à la Julia Roberts).

Fuzzy sweaters are both comfortable and trendy right now — a two for one. Pick a piece in lightweight yet warm material in a light shade of seafoam, like Linda Tol, and balance with dark pants.

Take a tip from Ukraine’s fashion elite and top off a lime green ensemble with a sharp biker hat. A net or mesh dress is both breathable and chic.

If you want to match green with another vivid hue, go with hot pink. As refreshing as a slice of watermelon, the popular color combo is always eye-popping.

For those days when you’re not feeling quite so adventurous on the palette front, let brown be your neutral of choice. Paired with green, the earthy combo is a classic.

Want to up the ante with your coordination game? Choose a green item with a streak of spicy color and match with a bright accent piece, such as this orange J.W. Anderson Pierce bag.

The most challenging way to wear green is also the most envy-inducing, when done right. Wear it from head to toe! Just remember, it’s all in the tailoring, as Caroline Daur and Charlotte Groeneveld know. Pleats are a plus, along with any type of texture, such as lace. — jas