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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Versatile Veteran

This shirt dress is so comfortable and cool. I call this my versatile veteran piece. Army fatigue, as I mentioned in a previous post, can be dressed up or dressed down. The green and black colors mixed make it pretty neutral so it can be combined with many other items. You can throw this on with other neutral tones or you can add a little more flare with some color; possibly red.


This outfit is perfect for a mid-day shopping trip. The shirt/dress played with a coordinating tank top underneath, and the trendy distressed jeans is an easy look that doesn't take a lot of time to put together.  Because the tank top is scooped a little low, I accessorized with stud earrings and a mid-length link chain necklace to compliment the neck. Simple accessories are perfect for daytime excursions.


 The black laced-up Aldo sandals with gold details are one of the most comfortable pairs of heels that I have.  Adding a little glam to my Army fatigue pattern, heels, a purple lip and gold framed aviator sunnies do the trick!



After hitting a few stores, relax and enjoy a break at the beach for a bit. No time to go home and change??? Use this shirt dress as a swimsuit cover up.  There’s the pop of color! A little red swimsuit underneath, a quick change of sunglasses, and we have a whole new look. ENJOY!




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Fatigue shirt/dress: http://www.romwe.com/
Light Green Tank: NY & Co.
Distressed Jeans: Express
Black Laced-up Heels: Aldo

Sunnies (Both): Aldo

3 comments:

  1. Great articles I loved how the fatigue piece went from street to beach so flawless! Great tips, I think this should be a go to place for fashion ideas, tips, and suggestions even before say an Nstyle magazine. I would hire you, you definitely have something great here so keep it up.

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    1. Thank you Jason! I truly appreciate your feedback!

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  2. Great articles I loved how the fatigue piece went from street to beach so flawless! Great tips, I think this should be a go to place for fashion ideas, tips, and suggestions even before say an Nstyle magazine. I would hire you, you definitely have something great here so keep it up.

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