Have you ever bought something, and then let it sit in the bag for weeks? You're not sure if you should keep it - and then one day you just pull it out in need of an outfit, and the decision is made? That's what happened with these blue camouflage khakis. I wasn't sure how often I'd wear them - but now that I've "ripped off the band-aid", I’ll be working them into my regular rotation.
You can never go wrong pairing neutral tops with printed bottoms. This grey henley was a first-time wear as well - I love the henley collar and the woven placket. It's these little details that can elevate a basic into something a bit more interesting. And the navy shawl collar cardigan has been a workhorse in my wardrobe for years.
When you want to pop a color in your outfit but aren't sure which color to choose, it's always safe to go with a lighter or brighter version of a color you're already wearing. I grabbed a bright blue bracelet to play off all of the navy in my outfit.
I was on a Seavees kick a couple of years back - and made some wise sneaker investments. I have these in white, grey and navy, and a different style in red – definitely some favorites!
Navy shawl collar cardigan, navy/blue belt by J Crew. Grey henley by Grayers, from Nordstrom. Blue camouflage-print khakis by Dockers. Grey sneakers by Seavees. Watch by Coach (old). Multicolor beaded bracelet by Didier Guillemain. Wood bead and blue bead bracelets by Aldo (part of a pack). Black sunglasses by Oliver Peoples.