Khaki 2.0 crips looks to wear everywhere
Although floral’s and pastels are synonymous with spring style as the temperatures transition into spring, beinge and khaki hues feels more refreshing. Let’s face it, khaki is the new black! Maybe it’s the warmer shades that naturally give the skin some much needed warmth, or maybe it’s the possibility of experimenting with fabrications such as cotton drill and more.
For those feeling like their daily go-to is getting a bit stale, or for those who find themselves in a mid-spring rut of donning all black/grey, head to toe, it’s the perfect time to rethink and inject some change into your look. Enter: khaki—yes, you read us right.
A great start to establishing your own style is when you find a way to marry function with fashion. The utility style is a great source of inspiration to find components that adds that sense of ease and function to a style, while simultaneously not compromising on edge.
The mom-and-dad, sales-clerk staple has been reclaimed on the runways, you can expect an abundance of khaki and beige options to choose from. There is something about a crisp khaki pair of jacket or wide-legged pants that feels fresh and out of the conventional for this time of year. A heavier fabric than most, it’s versatile enough to act as a proper substitute for your trusted blue jeans or black trousers.
Sending out variations on the iconic khaki styles. So why wait? Get a jump on the look and incorporate some khaki pieces in any form you choose, from blazers to skirts, the option are seemingly endless.