Custom At Its Best

There are many things that I love in life.  Anyone that knows me knows I LOVE camouflage. The love affair started after college, and we have stuck together ever since. I often wonder if anyone loves camouflage as much as I do.  I can’t explain it maybe it’s the little tomboy in me. Tomboy chic is totally my thing and anything in a camouflage print just sends me to my happy place especially if it’s custom.  I have so much fun dressing my boys in camouflage, as well.  Thank you God for blessing me with two little boys that love have acquired a love for camouflage too.

So, when I turned to Instagram to hash tag search custom camouflage jacket, I just about died when I discovered Wardrobe Deptartment LA.  In addition to it’s own designs, Wardrobe Department LA carries tons of chic labels such as Made Gold and they have placed their mark on the fashion map with “tomboy chic” pieces like the custom camouflage jacket.

Military jackets and personalization fashion are huge this season and I couldn’t resist the chance to stay on trend. The added bonus of having my sons’ names on the back brings me such joy. It’s the ultimate personalized item for me as a mother. I am so obsessed with this jacket and the gold stitching just knocks it out of the park for me. I love all things gold and camouflage. So, I decided to add this mesh tank afterwards by French designer Anine Bing was an obvious choice. This tank is gorgeous. I bought it oversized to wear over a white button down. But, I constantly debate buying it again in my size for a more fitted look. Can you tell how much I love the French girls and their style? I love a look that feels effortless and comfortable.

You can also style it differently and add Adidas superstars with gold stripes, boyfriend jeans, and a fitted turtleneck. You can’t go wrong either way!

xo,
Ceta

Jacket: The Wardrobe Dept Custom Camouflage | Top: Anine Bing | Jeans: Rag and Bone Skinny Dre | Sneakers: Lanvin Ribbon | Clutch: Perrin Paris slip-on clutch | Necklace: Anita KO | Photography: Hallie Duesenberg

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