Military and Fall Florals

Pinkstix military crossbody bag

Give me military anything and I’m in. The military theme has always been a favourite of mine so naturally when Pinkstix released their military crossbody bag I had to add it to my Fall lineup. And if you’ve been following my blog for a while you’ll know that I love a good juxtaposition hence why this look is styled with feminine accents instead of a more masculine vibe. The warm taupe is a great colour for fall and I appreciate the easy to access interior compartment for cell phone storage. Now you can’t tell from the photos, but the bag has a leopard lining which just makes me smile every time I open the flap. Sucker for leopard print too…but really who isn’t!? 

Pinkstix military crossbody bag

Pinkstix military crossbody bag

Mini skirts and OTK boots are a thing, and as usual I can’t seem to get away from denim bottoms. The raw hem on this skirt is super cute and I wanted to wear my pink lace up sweater with it but had to refrain as I’m sure you guys would appreciate seeing something new. So instead I wore an off the shoulder, balloon sleeve favourite.

Pinkstix military crossbody bag

An otherwise plain and simple outfit, I added a vibrant pop of colour with a fuschia pink scarf, also from Pinkstix’s FW 17 line. A bold scarf can be a great way to enhance an otherwise simple/casual outfit and make it pop. And of course the extra warmth factor. When styling a military crossbody bag a floral scarf can be a really fun way to make the overall look feminine.

Pinkstix military crossbody bag

Pinkstix military crossbody bag

And speaking of feminine, how cute is this wallet with floral detailing? It is actually the wallet to match the bag I wore here but I specifically opted for the blue colour to make things more fun. And of course it was all about matching it to the floral scarf for those days when I don’t feel like carrying a purse around.


Sweater, old. Skirt, Topshop. Bag, wallet & scarf c/o Pinkstix. Boots, Aldo. Ring, Samantha Wills.

xo

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