Why not have a pair of green pants for the fall? It's fresh and unexpected. I feel like people put too much thought and energy around what to pair with these oddly colored jeans, but the less thought you put around it, the better. They look great in a monochromatic look just as well as a mix and match jacket. For daytime I paired them with a same-colored, body-hugging cutout shirt by Bailey 44. The peeps of skin break up the body full of peacock green. It is not, let me repeat: NOT boring to wear color on color. A monochromatic look is timeless, always looks put together, and is universally flattering (unless you match your shoes to the outfit. Please don't do that).
Camisole: F21, Jeans: J Brand, Wedges: Cynthia Vincent, Necklace: Free People.
For a nighttime look, I put a camisole underneath this tweedy, frayed Chanel-esque cropped jacket from Theory. It features almost every color in the crayon box, so it's easy to pair with absolutely everything.