Gone is the normal trend for covering ourselves head to toe, Stella McCartney showcased some fabulous pleated, turn-up shorts with a tan version of the structured blazer. Showing a wool pleated skirt in the almost nude tone, paired with bare legs and a bright white shirt. I love the way this colour just screams sophistication.
Personally I like this colour teamed with white - but I love changing it up with different textures of fabric. For a day time look, team with a crisp white cotton shirt, and in the evening, glaming it up with a silk/satin, slightly off-white tone, feminine blouse. Black can sometimes be a nice contrast to Camel, however I quite like the safari-esque white+camel tones together. Be sure to team with Gold jewelry, and try not to overload the camel features. For instance, there is a rather lust-worthy Cape's out there for this season, my favourite being Stella McCartney again. Priced at a little more up-market £815 its a little too pricey for my budget, however there are some rather gorgeous high-street alternatives. Team this with some black cigerette trousers, black patent platforms, with a simple long sleeved top.
When wearing a camel coloured dress, there is a risk of looking a little bit monotone - break it up, by mixing with different contrasts of the same colour. Maybe infuse some different fabric choices. Team with nude coloured shoes that will help lengthen any size leg, and wear with loose,undone hair with minimal make up.
If opting for the fail safe, and slightly warmer option of the trouser. Keep it loose and simple in a basic chino, tailored way. Keep it cropped to show off some serious heels, and team with a loose cream shirt and ooodles of bling jewelry.
When going for camel coloured shoes, make it fun and grab yourself some wedges. Once again playing with different materials and textures to play up the different side of camel. To keep the toes a little more warmer, how about some beautifully crafted cowboy boots... yes, I thought so!
There are so many ways to wear this colour of season, but whatever you do, insist that there is a little bit of camel in your wardrobe!
Until next time....