Who else believes a camo jacket is a huge staple in your closet? Years ago my answer would of been absolutely not. I use to see a camo jacket as something the military (and no one else) should use. Fast forward to today… I’m such a fan! It’s one of those pieces you have to try on to realize you can’t live without it.
Worry you can only wear a camo jacket with certain colors like black or brown? A camo is now seen as a neutral print. This jacket works great with bold colors, other prints, and can easily be dressed up or down. A jacket that has so many possibilities is what makes it a huge staple for your fall wardrobe. Today, I’m showing you how it wear it causal, semi dressy, and date night approved!
Causal Babe Camo
Nothing is more causal than a tee and jeans! Sometimes though, a causal tee and jeans can become too boring. Add your camo jacket to make this look sparkle bit more. And since I’m a true believer in mixing prints, I added leopard bag to finish my look.
Pairing a camo jacket with a dress immediately makes this print a bit more feminine and dressy. Never be afraid of mixing your bright color dresses with camo! I’m always down to challenge with my wardrobe 😉
Out on the Town Camo
Who would of thought a camo jacket can work for date night, right? Transition your camo jacket with all your skirts and bodysuits for an easy night time look. Add a statement piece, like earrings to finish your look.
Camo Jacket: Bella V Boutique || Bodysuit: Nana Macs (sold-out) – similar – similar || Skirt: Vici Collection (sold-out) – similar || Booties: JustFab – similar – similar || Earrings: Aaraa Accessories (on SALE)
What type of camo jacket style fits your personality best?
Happy Friday! It has been a really really long, hectic week, I couldn’t be any happier the weekend is here! I’ve been working my butt off all week, I’m totally ready to put all work stuff down for the weekend. Need to recharge! Have a great weekend,
Rema from Jewelry and Jeans sure knows how to rock blush for fall! And her belly… the cutest!! Make sure to stop by and say hi 😉
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