Dried Herb / Army Green / Safari Green… I love this Green

Photo 2016-03-30, 4 02 48 PMAs the owner of several military inspired jackets, with and without camo print, I will always recommend adding a little bit of army green (an olive green shade, recently being referred to as “Dried herb”) to your wardrobe.

Often associated with safari or military wear, this organic shade is seasonless. Wear it with black, grey, powdery pastels, white or head to toe for a look that is effortlessly stylish. I generally like to look put together, but not too put together, which means I generally always try to add something slouchy, boyish or completely random to my looks, and I have found that any army green, dried herd or olive colour piece of outwear immediately adds a really cool understated utilitarian touch to almost any outfit, even the super girly ones.

ALEXANDER-WANGgreen culottesClothing credits:

Look 1 – T-Shirt from Country Road at Woolworths | Culottes from Vero Moda at Superbalist | Heels  from Missguided at Superbalist ; Look 2 – Sleeveless Jacket from New Look  at Superbalist | Vest from Cotton On | Culottes from Vero Moda at Superbalist | Heels from Tosoni at Spitz ; Look 3 – Blazer from H&M | Cropped top from Witchery at Woolworths | Culottes from Vero Moda at Superbalist | Heels from Nina Roche at Spitz


Runway Images via Vogue.comIMG_0727-2

Clothing credits: Biker Dress from teeteeisiwithme x Missshape collaboration | Cream turtleneck from my mothers wardrobe | Jeans from Levi’s | Heels Country Road at Woolworths 

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