Wednesday, October 6, 2010

If You Want to Survive

I'm becoming convinced that camouflage pants are quite possibly classic. Despite its very apparent print, camouflage effortlessly pairs with an array of different colors and prints. Pieces like bright red cotton, b&w striped hoodies, or a top within the same camouflage pallet really gives the look a fresh perspective.

P.S: Fall is finally here. I'm a little more than excited to break out my printed tights and knee length boots. I also can't wait for cute, big buttoned coats and thick knitted scarves, hats, and gloves, paired with tulle and intense, yet doll like heels. My heart has been set on oversized, cozy knits with soft and sultry lingerie inspired pieces ever since watching Chloe; Amanda Seyfried was full of serious cold weather style inspiration.

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(hk tee sears, pants&boots f21)

10 comments:

Kathleen Carla. said...

aw thanks girl for stopping by my blog :). ooh lovin those camo pants! tres chic ;).

My Republic of Fashion said...

Love your t-shirt...so cute!! :)SarahD

mica said...

thanks for your sweet comment dear :) u're looking great in that camouflage pants and i love the way u wear your belt... i've tried placing the buckle @ the side instead of in the front-middle but i've not yet tried placeing it @ the back as u've done... unique!

mica said...

p.s. i'm now following! looking forward to your updates :D

Ali said...

Ohh, they so are sorta classic now that you bring it up. You look very cute in them, too! :)

jamie-lee said...

I think classics really are defined by a persons style - so I can see where you are coming from. they look great on you x

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Britty said...

very outfit love that hello kitty shirt

pancakeSTACKER said...

Thanks for your kind comment! I assure you that I do NOT have an enviable figure, haha. But thank you for thinking so! It's no secret that I absolutely love to eat, so I think that I've just been a little lucky that my metabolism has decided to work with me (and it will be a sad day for me when it decides not to any longer, haha).

And to answer your question, I live about 20 minutes from the city itself. That's so exciting you've decided to move here. What brings you to the bay area?? It's a very different vibe from LA, but I have no doubt that you'll love it!

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ediot said...

hi darling! hope youre having a great weekend.
yes im so thankful she knitted it for me- she knits for my mom and me anytime- it's just up to us to find a pattern&yarn and she does it gladly ;)
great boots you got there!
thanks for stopping by me
xx

Panda said...

You look rad! And yeah, I totally agree about loving autumn dressing. I hate summer, and can't wait to dress up in fur, knits, coats, big boots and scarfs! I love winter. Thanks for your sweet comment on my last post, I really appreciate it. new post up now, I'm trying to post more regularly :D
panda xo