I know how we all love a good outfit formula around here because life is NUTS and we are busy all. of. the. time. Simplifying the process of getting ready in the morning can change the momentum of the whole day.
This formula all started with a new pair of camel boots. I fell in love with the bright orangish shade instantly but was a little worried they wouldn’t go with anything. So they sat in the box forgotten until this weekend.
As much as I depend on outfit formulas I’m somehow still always running late; rushing around at the last second trying to find something to wear and dressing in a rush. It just so happened that the boots were the first matching pair I laid eyes on so I threw them on with an oversized beige sweater and some dark grey (or faded black, depending on your point of view) ripped jeans. Grabbing my car keys, I glanced at the hallway mirror and was unexpectedly surprised at how well they went together. The bright shade of the camel added a contrasting pop of color that balanced out an otherwise colorless outfit.
That’s the great thing about mixing and matching neutrals, it’s hard to go wrong! And that’s how my new favorite outfit formula was born. Maybe it’s a good thing that I’m always running late, right? RIGHT?!
Beige + Dark Grey + Camel
Tunic Sweater – Caslon’s Side Slit Cowl Neck Tunic, $69.00 at Nordstrom
Jeans – HALE’s Nala Sculpted High Rise Skinny Jeans, $52.50 at Amazon – I’m pretty happy with this new low priced denim brand featured exclusively through Amazon. They’ve got great styles and even better prices plus they’re really comfortable. These Nala’s are featuring heavy in my weekly outfit rotation at the moment.
Booties – Clarks Breccan Myth Booties, $49.99 at Amazon – I’m also SUPER happy about these booties I scored on Amazon. I love the bright orange-ish/camel color and the fit. They’re super comfortable and were an ABSOLUTE STEAL at $49.99. 2 points for Amazon fashion!
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Shop Dark Grey Jeans
Fav Camel Boots
Now for the most difficult decision of the day, coffee or wine? 😉