The key to a truly versatile wardrobe is stocking key staples in neutral hues – traditionally earthy colours, sand tones, camel, black, white and grey – no wonder the monochrome movement has been so indomitable for 2015 and 2016. So it might seem almost sacrilegious for Jiawa Liu and I to be endorsing a colour for the coming autumn, let alone green. But military green is not just any green. Its ever so specific desaturated earthy personality makes it the perfect new neutral to change up your wardrobe for the new season.
How to wear it? Trust me on this, the military green will camouflage right into your everyday wardrobe (pun intended). However, for an effortlessly put together look, keep the whole outfit to no more than two or three key colours. Reference these dark and muted green badass military roots with oversized utility pockets, then inject a modern touch with a sexy wrap skirt (for her) or a pair of powerful loafer with silver buckles (for him).
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Today I am wearing a blue double breast blazer by Tagliatore purchased from Khirzad Perth, similar here & here. Because a pointed lapel and double-breast combination is such a (strong ) statement, I tried to keep the whole outfit not too busy by using no more colours. It would be great if I got a pair of …
There’s 4 seasons in a day in Australia during Spring. So be prepared to have anything in your bag or on you.
Here I am wearing a super flexible and breathable sports jacket from ZARA MEN’s 2015 Summer / spring collection, with 2% elastane and 79% cotton, finished with purplish grey straps. For colder mornings and windy evenings, I carry a light weighted military bomber jacket with me just in case, please do not be fooled by
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