G.I. Jane takes on Fall

I’m pretty sure camo print is made especially for Fall fashion and I’m sharing all of my faves on this blog today. There’s so many ways to style this print, all slightly different from the next. Whether you’re rocking it with pants, OTK boots, or topping your look off with a floppy hat, there’s so many ways to style the camo this Fall without overdoing it.

Layer your camo skinnies with a denim top and some nude pumps. We’ll call this Camo chic. This style is effortlessly chic while still being casual. My favorite combo!

Pair your camo bodysuit with a blazer set and add a floppy hat and chunky heel booties to make your look stylish. I’m wearing the “Move Forward Blazer Set” from Fashion Nova with this look.

For that GI Jane look I paired this white bodysuit with these “Diva Boy Wear” camo pants. For an exclusive look I added these “Mixed Feelings Booties” also from Fashion Nova. Cleveland’s Fall days have been pretty warm so this bodysuit is OK to wear. Feel free to add a leather or denim jacket to the outfit.

On a cool day, grunge up your look with a warm camo hoodie and add OTK boots. A neutral color brings out the camo print that screams street style, which is great for Fall. Check out the “Filthy Genius” brand for all your hoodie favs.

Camo looks great with neutral colors. I added this neutral hat and nude pumps with this “Leilan Midi Dress“. You want to show a little more skin when you’re wearing camo, so it doesn’t look like you’re just wearing army fatigues.

Camo is a for sure trend that’s hitting the stores this Fall. You really can’t go wrong with adding camouflage pieces to your outfits this Fall.

So what do you all think about the camouflage trend this fall?! Love it? Hate it? Considering it now? My goal is always to encourage you to try something new with your wardrobe. Hopefully these looks have given you some inspiration, but remember to keep it: simple, sophisticated, and chic!

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