A camel is not just for Autumn. It’s forever.
I have an interesting relationship with camel colour pieces. I don’t particularly like them on me, but they always look great on other bloggers and people I see when I’m out shopping. Rather jealous.
INSPIRATION from Missguided
Missguided is the place for camel. Their pieces are just so right and on trend, and as you should know, they’re not even overpriced! Read on for the looks Missguided promote for how to wear camel this season.
A camel coat is the best way to do this trend, especially if you skin tone doesn’t suit camel to the best of its ability. Shearling pieces look great in camel, as do double breasted trenches and waistcoats like below.
At first I was like hmmm I’m not sure about donning a camel coloured knit and rocking it. Safe to say I don’t think I could. But, that should stop you. I love this oversize high neck piece below. The slouchy shapes makes it look like apiece of high end fashion and not an absolute bargain.
If you camel is is #notstrong like mine, then why don’t you have it as the base of a piece. Take for example this floral maxi from Topshop; the perfect coverup for a summer party. Or try the shirt if you’re not comfortable with “all over camel”.
ON YOUR FEET
I’m always on the lookout for new shoes, as I used to be hopeless at what to wear on my feet. I’ve always been a lover of brown shoes particularly brogues and boots, but these cut out sandal wedges are to die for. I can imagine them walking me around Vienna (July’s holiday destination – post soon huns) in the sun, and wearing the high ones at night. Just perfect.
Let me know how you like camel and how you’d style it! Either comment below, find me at Kulayrosas on Facebook, @kulayrosas on Pinterest, @ku_layrosas on Twitter and @ku_layrosas on Instagram!
Lots and lot of love,