Angelina Jolie Finally Wears Color, Rocks Bright Green Scarf: Steal Her Style

Celebrity Style Feb. 6, 2014 AT 2:25PM
Angelina Jolie Arriving from Australia, Angelina Jolie arrived in Los Angeles with Brad Pitt and her six kids wearing an usual look for the actress -- color! Credit: GVK/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images

Well, that's different!

Arriving from Australia, Angelina Jolie arrived at LAX Airport on Wednesday, Feb. 5, in a surprise look: A pop of color. The Unbroken director, 38, tends to wear a neutral palette -- and has been wearing black nearly exclusively during her time Down Under -- but for her arrival Jolie added a dash of emerald green to her chic look.

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Traveling with Brad Pitt and their six kids, Jolie paired the oversized wrap with skinny black pants, flip flops, and aviators.

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In fact, green has become a go-to color for Jolie, who favors black tank tops and evening gowns, when she wants to switch up her style. In 2011, Jolie wore the unforgettable glittery green, long-sleeved Versace dress to the Golden Globes. And in 2009, she paired her Elie Saab black dress with statement emerald earrings by Lorraine Schwartz.

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If you're green with envy over Jolie's pashmina, then check out these options so you, too, can travel in style.

*The Halogen Cashmere Wrap is a generous 39-inches wide by 77-inches long and is 100-percent cashmere so it'll keep you cozy from the plane to the curb. ($148, Nordstrom.com)

*The MIR Emerald Green Cashmere Fringed Scarf has slightly frayed edges to dress-down the versatile accessory. ($99, Bluefly.com)

*The Betsey Johnson Cashmere and Silk Pashmina offers a more traditional look with a tasseled-end. ($62.99, Zappos.com)

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