Layering With Different Shades Of Beige

Layering With Different Shades Of Beige

I really like anything beige, camel or caramel toned.

Loft XS Shirt (SIMILAR HERE) || Loft Jacket (SIMILAR HERE) || Primark Pants (SIMILAR HERE) || DSW Boots (SIMILAR HERE) || Primark Cami (SIMILAR HERE)

Here in Montreal (April 16) the weather wasn’t too cold but it wasn’t warm enough for just a t-shirt.

The shirt I’m wearing is an XS from Loft. The fabric is pretty thick and soft. It’s a shirt where the sleeves go up to my wrists. I have a primark cami underneath just because the top was a little low cut and I wanted to keep warm. I love the designs on the shirt and the colors. It’s so easy to match beige, caramel, camel colors and I love the light beige color of this shirt. Can definitely be worn to work or office-based settings. Definitely professional and appropriate. SIMILAR HERE.

The jacket was from THIS POST. It’s from Loft and I’m obsessed with the length. The sleeves are a little long on me, but it’s not a problem for me. I love the collar and I like how I get button up this jacket if I got too cold. This dark beige color definitely makes my outfit stand out more and in my opinion, makes it look more appealing. SIMILAR HERE.

Pants are from Primark. They’re pull up pants and I wear them all the time! They’re a size 4 and I love how comfortable they are. SIMILAR HERE.

Shoes are from THIS POST. I had a problem with my buckles hitting each other when I walk but surprisingly, I didn’t have that problem with this outfit. I think it’s because I’m wearing actual pants and not tights and I wasn’t able to feel it. SIMILAR HERE.

I wore a light pink color on my lips from Kylie Cosmetics to go with the outfit and make my makeup look more natural.

Check out my previous Montreal outfits from THE FIRST DAY & SECOND DAY.


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    • April 26, 2017 / 5:28 pm

      Definitely! It’s always colder in Canada!

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