Maybe it's dark jade. Maybe it's spruce. In any case, when I got it home and held it up against the clothes I call "teal," I thought, "Wow, those are so blue, and this is so green." So, I'll wear it with grey things, like the top in the second photo. (I did have to cut out the giant shoulder pads.)
I also found a dark grey corduroy skirt. I am very careful these days about what comes home, even if it's a great deal. My general rule is to look for things unIike what I have, and a neutral knee-length skirt qualified. It also looks quite good with the jacket.(What I did with the pants)
Final thought: I know not everybody buys clothes at the thrift store. They don't have a store close by, or the stores never have their size, or the styles they like, or they want to sew instead, or they already have everything they need. All good reasons. Or they just don't like thrift stores. Okay. But as for me...shopping in the random world of thrift feels like God poking me, reminding me that, jade, spruce, or teal, it's enough.