In my mind, this camouflage halter can be worn one of two ways: either as a loose top, over leggings or pants (as it's worn here), or as a some sort of cross between kilt and skirt, held up like suspenders over a top and pants with the rope tied around my neck. I've been brave enough to rock that "avant army" look only once before, but I hope to do it up again with a mesh tee, leatherette pants, and combat boots or sneaker wedges. This time, I got a bit glam with it and wore my suede heels. But a practical army jacket and beanie keep the theme casual overall.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Beanie - H&M
"Berlin jacket" - CRASH & BURN
Camo halter - GYPSPY WARRIOR
"High Wait Faux Leather Leggings" - Daily Look
Suede heels - Persunmall
I've had this Crash and Burn "Berlin" jacket for at least a year and it's proved to be one of the most useful pieces of outerwear in my wardrobe, despite always seeming to escape documentation on my blog. I sadly won't be wearing it as much this summer (hello searing 110+ degree temperatures) but I'm glad I got one last outfit in before hanging it back up in the section of my closet titled "don't even THINK about it until November." Other, equally practical pieces: high-waist leatherette leggings. Most underrated garment in ALL of contemporary apparel. Faux leather leggings aren't comfortable unless you're a 90 pound waif with a flat stomach. For the rest of us: the high-waisted version! DailyLook sells them in black, rose, and burgundy for only $30. I wear mine at LEAST twice a week, so the price is justified tenfold.
Everything is infinite,