ARMY GREEN SHIRT DRESS MUSTARD CARDIGAN & FANCY FRIDAY LINKUP

Army green dress and mustard cardigan

Isn’t that a fantastic combination! A army green dress with a mustard cardigan! Just like I see a lot of grey and black together lately, that is also such a good combination. These colors do have a big autumn content, colorwise, and it isn’t winter yet here in the Netherlands, but it sure feels like winter. But with a dress like this one and cosy cardigan, I can handle it! And thick tights! I saw on Mary’s blog, Curlybyrdie Chirps, that she wore colored tights on a really amazing outfit! And that inspired me to go out shopping for some colored tights. I just have to check my closet on what colors I really want.

*This is a sponsored post but I only wear and write what I like!

Dresses and cardigans. Can it be more perfect!

I think that dresses and cardigans are a perfect combo! Not only in winter but also in summer. I almost never wear a dress without a cardigan as you can see here and here. And in winter, or just when it’s getting colder of course, it is so easy to wear and so stylish. And you can wear any kind of footwear underneath. But I prefer boots with this look. In my mind army green is a very cool color and I think that’s why this outfit needed cool boots too. These are older boots but I still think they are fantastic. I just loooove the color and I like it when boots have buckles. And what to think of these fabulous earrings! I just adore them!

I am sorry that the photos aren’t the best. It was misty for days, very grey and very very cold. When it is that cold(it was freezing) my body needs to work harder and my oxygen level in the blood drops. And that shows! In my face! Sorry, can’t help it. But now you know why I don’t look at my best. When I go inside again in the warmth, it’s over in a minute. But I don’t like photos taken inside.

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Cable knit cardigan c/o Zaful

Army green shirt dress c/o Zaful  mine is sold out, sorry

Earrings  c/o Zaful

Boots mine are old but these are cool too

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My favorite of last week is: Suzanne of Suzanne Carilloarmy green dress mustard cardigan

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STYLED BY……….GREETJE

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Styled by…..tells the story behind someones style. What does a person tell by the way she or he is dressed?  What does it say about their personality? When did they began to create their own style?

Every first Tuesday of the month you will  find a post here with someone who tells about her or his style.  Do you also have a story to tell, please contact me via email.

This month tells Greetje about her style!

Styled by………Greetje

My style has changed the most since I started blogging 4 years ago.

My love for adorning myself from head to toe started early. Everything from earrings to shoes, from dresses to jeans, can count on my undivided attention since childhood. Even when I was 12 years old, staying with my aunt Nel for a short holiday, I loved clothes. Must have, as my aunt asked my mother: “What is the matter with that girl? She changes clothes three times a day!”

My parents didn’t have much money so growing up my wardrobe was small. Perhaps that is the reason for my regularly (over) spending on clothes and such? Or perhaps it is just me. Don’t know.

Now that I am 62, having worked full time my whole life, I have a comfortable salary and I can indulge in my hobby. Any purchase mistakes or stuff that I am bored with, is for my friends. I never sell anything as I am afraid I might be jinxed (“You have so much and instead of sharing your wealth you want more money? Thunder and lightning!!” – that kind of thing.)

Let me show you a few photos of the past 4 years to demonstrate the change in my style.

This was my New Year’s outfit in 2012. Beautiful stuff but not very adventurous.

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November 2012.

Right… I could have done so much better. I just liked those shiny colours and the silk so much.Styled by.....

 

April 2013

Moving on. Getting a bit more adventurous. But not much. Discovering skinny jeans… Yes, my hair was still brown back then.Styled by.....

April 2013

This Acne tunic was out of my comfort zone: big and boxy, but I still love it.

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February 2015

One of my favourite outfits: jeans (I love skinny jeans) with a surprise element (golden boots) and a classic jacket for a nice juxtaposition.

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February 2015

For a long time I had embraced the skinnies and avoided the skirts and dresses. As I had no idea how to style dresses in a contemporary way. One of my friends pointed this out and I tried harder. This is my first attempt.Styled by......

June 2015.

A dress which I would never have tried before as I would have been too scared about showing stomach etc etc. Surprise! It looked good on me.

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October 2015

Flared jeans on an inverted triangle figure… difficult. I thought. But with a fitted jacket I could balance my broad shoulders and hide my small hips and bum.Styled by....

February 2016.

Getting bolder all the time. This jeans dress can be worn with my golden flat boots and a studded belt. Or with these faux leather leggings and high heels.

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June 2016.

Boyfriend jeans. No defined waist. Looking like Charlie Chaplin my husband said. And yet… I think it is fun (he liked it too surprisingly).

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September 2016

This tunic/dress was in my wardrobe for many years. Never really knew how to style it as it was too short to wear as a dress. Pencil skirt underneath it, belt to bookend the skirt and bingo.

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November 2016.

A lavender dress with bold print tights and short boots. That is where I am today.

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Thank you very much Greetje for this wonderful fashion show! Hasn’t she got some killer legs!

You can find Greetjes blog here: No Fear of Fashion