One of the colors that I gravitate to the most besides black is army green. It wasn't enough to have several pieces in my wardrobe with this color (and my couch), I also convinced my husband to agree on buying our Jeep Wrangler in army green. For the longest time, I avoided any shade of green near to my face due to my olive complexion. A few years ago, the love for this color made me brave enough to decide to wear it on my upper body. First, I started with camouflage prints, then when I realized that it didn't look that bad near to my face, I introduced solid army green.
Today's look is focused on my 1940's (WWII) jacket. This is an amazing piece that I found at a vintage store in Hendersonville, NC. As soon I saw it, I knew the possibilities with it were too many to not buy. In this opportunity, I decided to use it as part of a layered look. The weather was really cold, so I decided to ramp up its warming abilities by wearing it over a shearling denim jacket.
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WHAT I WORE:
Military Jacket: Vintage. Similar/Shearling Denim Jacket: Lou & Grey. Similar/Turtleneck tee: Talbots/Beret: Vintage. Similar/Jeans: Levi's 505 Vintage. New style/Sunglasses: Tom Ford/Bag: Kate Spade. Similar/Pumps: Christian Louboutin/Gloves: Beau Gant (Perfect gloves).
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