Khaki is currently one of the most trendiest colour for autumn/winter this year, and I'm loving it! It's definitely not a typical girly shade, but that's the beauty of it because not all women are girly. I think one of the best ways to tone down the toughness of any shades of khaki is by styling with white, pastel or neutral tones. I still remember my first ever khaki piece of clothing. I was about thirteen, and it was a pair of khaki chinos that my mum has purchased randomly for me. Obviously, I listened to her advice as she told me how 'cool' I would look if I worn it on a school trip to France. I got so excited, paired it up with some random things and was confident that I could pull it off. I was soooooo wrong, hahaha!
I'm really pleased with my new khaki cardigan though. It's warm, looks very simple and rather practical as well as it has two pockets, one on each side. The material is soft and isn't too thick so you can easily layer up with your winter coat. I don't know about you but I absolutely hate (I know hate is a strong word, but for this occasion it's necessary) that moment when your long sleeves cardigans/jumpers rolls up half way inside your coat/jacket sleeves. It's such an annoying feeling that I can't really put into words, but I'm sure you get what I'm trying to say.
Photos taken by my dearest sister, Jilla