|Maison Scotch shirt, Marc Jacobs skirt and shoes|
Camo is back. And it's all dressed up. Which might, in fact, be the antithesis of camo? But you know what, there's nothing wrong with flaugin' the camo and wearing it with some with sequins and patent leather-- because who really wants to look like an extra from Duck Dynasty? I wasn't really a fan of camo the first few times it came around; there was something I didn't really relate to growing up. It was just completely outside my frame of reference, with the exception of an unhealthy obsession with the Vietnam War, and well, camo wasn't going to happen because of that. So I remained camo-less until fairly recently when I received a double-flage surprise: cropped camo Current Elliotts and this Maison Scotch camo shirt. Now I'm more than warming up to it, as I find myself increasingly drawn to utilitarian clothing, or at least to pieces that carry some vestige of utility. I'm usually so drawn to delicate/unique pieces, it's nic to be in something you don't mind roughing up/living in every now and then.
CURRENTLY COVETING:Nina Ricci Taffeta dress (the opposite of utilitarian!)