It's not a shade of olive, and it's not quite forest green. Nor is it kelly, hunter, or chartreuse. It's bright and cheery but not loud—we're calling it jungle green (thanks, Crayola), and we're seeing it not in pops on socks, belts, and pocket squares but worn boldly in coats, shirts, and full suits. The halfway between lighter and darker green hues, it's the perfect transitional color from summer to fall and a welcome reprieve from the usual sea of army- and olive-green jackets.
—Melodie Jeng is a New York City-based photographer. Follow her blog The NYC Streets.