Step into the utility trend with this combination of khaki colours, linen fabrics and the delicate features of broderie detailing. Utility doesn’t just have to be tough and masculine; adding some classic whites and stitching make this trend accessible to everyone.
For the second outfit of this shoot, I wanted to go with something a bit more feminine, but still retain the utilitarian aspects of the concept. So, this ASOS silky maxi dress was kinda perfect, especially since it also came in khaki. By pairing it with a white broderie blouse underneath from Miss Selfridge, it ties the two outfits together and stops it just being an all-khaki outfit. The jacket is this really nice but tough linen jackets, with large pockets and a structured feel. The outfit feels a bit like an old-timey safari outfit, like from the 1920’s, except this time it’s in the middle of a city and not out in the jungle. It’s also quite similar to an old shoot I done back in 2015, of a different take on the safari theme. You can find it here.
I hope you guys enjoy this shoot. It was a hoot to shoot, even if the press officer from the museum got mad at me, and the security guard just wanted to chase me off the grounds for daring to have a tripod. 😀
Khaki silk dress: ASOS, found here – White broderie blouse: Miss Selfridge, found here – Khaki utility jacket: H&M, found here – Canvas backpack: Consigned, found here – Black patent heeled hiking boots: ASOS, found here