I have been obsessed with this top since I bought it back in the fall, and showed it off in this haul. I wore it for Thanksgiving with a pair of pants I also got in that haul which you can see here. I forgot that I also wore this same jacket in that post - I've been obsessed with that as well. Anywho, since it's such a distinct colour I have tried to not wear it a tonne but I can't help it!
Perhaps this will be the item I work with for my next "one item x looks" posts. Sometimes I feel stuck with a statement piece and can only wear one or two looks with it and those posts always motivate me to push myself. The top is very versatile despite being such a unique colour.
This green and rust combination has been my favourite thing and has inspired me to add more of both colours to my wardrobe. The Garage top (final clearance) is cropped, but isn't too short so when combined with my shorter torso, is almost a regular length shirt. I prefer to wear crop tops with high waisted bottoms, as I'm not super comfortable bearing my midriff at the moment. I paired it with my current favourite pair of jeans from American Eagle (similar) and my most worn boots which I've been obsessing over. The quilted look of the Old Navy jacket (sold out) and gold detailing just round out the look nicely.
I did add a few accessories to this look, I have two rings and a necklace, all of which I got from Boston, so I think it's safe to assume it's either J. Crew or a random boutique. I would have loved to wear a long pendant necklace if I had one in gold but I didn't so I opted for this floral one that I clipped on the longest chain so that it would sit lower. Then I have a pair of Ray-Ban Clubmaster Classics and an old Coach clutch that was also inherited from Boston.
THESE. TIMBERLAND. BOOTS....oh my...I wear them almost every day at work and they are the most comfortable things ever. There is also a funny story behind them - Scott's mum had a pair of boots like this (which I later found out are not Timberlands) and Boston loved them thinking they were Timbs and bought herself the black Glancy boot. Well, I started to borrow them, wearing them on the odd occasion and needed to replace my black flat ankle books (affectionately known as "Peter Pan" boots according to my dad) because the soles were toast. So during the Black Friday sales I was hunting and hunting & could NOT find the black boots in my size and when I finally did, found out they were a new style, Camdale. Slight changes in the sole and the grommets but I knew that I needed them and never looked back. They work with so many outfits, so you will be seeing a tonne of them in upcoming posts I'm sure!
Let me know if the hunter/olive greens or mustard tones are doing it for you & if you are going to incorporate them into your wardrobe!