Dear reader, last week I had the pleasure, thanks to Southern rail, to see greenery on my way to work as I travelled either by car or cross country line. In keeping with the landscape I travelled I decided to experiment with various ways to wear green, but accompanied by stripes. This was a departure from my normal greys and blacks for the office as I equally departed from the various shades of grey suburbia on my route.
Apologies, not really, for the scarces. It seems I also went a bit wild for them as well.
On Monday for the office I wore a navy striped shirt and bright fern green cardigan. I was inspired by my green and navy blog here to give this combination a go myself once again.
With a various shades of green scarf.
Office casual on Friday saw me in my grey and white gap tshirt (yes it is grey and white stripes despite the poor pic) with a khaki (olive) cardigan.
With a swish of a various shades of olive scarf.
On Sunday for a pub visit I wore a long sleeved Breton and khaki (olive ) utility jacket, not to mention leopard scarf. I just can't get enough of scarves now summer is out of the way.
I'm proud to say the youngest of these items was the gap grey T that I mentioned here. Other items are varying from 1 year to 3 years old.
So your challenge is to try pulling an outfit together from your wardrobe wearing green, khaki or olive plus stripes.