February 24, 2016

Army Green + Pink

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Army Green top: Target // Light pink tank: Forever 21 // Black Jeggings: Target // Purse: Marley Lilly // Flats: Target // Watch: Michael Kors (similar) // Chain Bracelet: J. Crew Factory // Pearl Bracelet: Forever 21 (similar)

Hello everyone and happy Wednesday! 

Today's blog posts photos were taking at one of my favorite parks in Charlotte, The Green Urban Park! It's such a fun and quirky little park and I always feel like a little kid in a story book when I go visit it.

So I have been playing around with my style for a long time and have been trying to figure out what my personal style is. Based on the pieces that I mainly gravitate to and feel the most confident in, I feel that I finally have found what my personal style is (at least in this point in time!). I like to describe my style as being girly with a slight edge. I love my soft pastels, but I also love mixing them with my leather jackets and combat boots. 

Now, after my long spill about finding my personal style, on to today's outfit post! Today I am back again to wearing this gorgeous light pink tank. I seriously wear this top every other week because it can go with so many things! I paired the top of with this army green button down and love how the two look paired together!

Side note, please excuse my wacky hair due to the wind no cooperating with me. Long hair + strong winds = unhappy Amy. haha

I hope you guys are having a wonderful week so far and I'll be back on Friday with another post!  

35 comments:

  1. I feel you with the long hair and windy days. I love this army green jacket. I wear mine with basically everything.

    Mikayla | A Seersucker State of Mind.

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    1. The struggle is real girl! And I cannot believe I went so long without picking one up! They're so versatile!

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  2. Love your outfit, it's adorable. I'm a huge fan of being comfy and relaxed, but still looking put together, so this is perfect!

    Xo, Rachel
    www.seashellsandsparkles.com

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    1. Thanks Rachel! Especially for class I love being comfortable but at the same time not looking like a hobo. haha

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  3. That tank is one of my favorite shades of pink! As an Army S/O, I obviously love anything that goes with Army green. ;) I also love the look of the shirt, a refreshing piece if you're getting sick of a chambray (I literally wear mine at least twice a week).

    Darrian // www.ohshiftyall.com

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    1. Hahah, I know the struggle. I alternate between this top and my chambray all the time!

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  4. !hat clutch is super cute. The color and carry through to so many seasons and the monogram adds a cute personalized touch! Xoxo Mindy

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    1. Thanks! It's one of my favorite clutches!

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  5. What a cute outfit!
    I love those colors together.

    xoxo, Jenny

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  6. your monogrammed bag is adorable! x, kenz http://sincerelykenz.com

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  7. I feel like I'm still trying to find my style, but I love this outfit! So glad you're finding clothes you feel confident in!
    xoxo

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    1. Thanks girl! It took me a while, but I'm sure you'll find yours soon! (:

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  8. Such a cute go to outfit! Lovely bag!
    xoxo
    Brooke|LookBrooke

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  9. Such a cute outfit! You really can;t go wrong with an army jacket, I have one with faux leather sleeves and I wear it all the time!

    La Belle Sirene 

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    1. Oooo, that sounds so cute! I want to definitely pick up some more army green pieces for next fall!

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  10. I love this color combination! Great photos, too!
    -Anna | www.fivefootandfabulous.com

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  11. I love the way pink and army green look together! I want to get an army jacket!

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    1. Thank you! You should definitely pick one up for next fall!

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  12. I also consider my style primarily girly but with a bit of a bohemian twist. I adore blush and olive together, this look is stunning on you!

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    1. Thank you so much! I love incorporating some bohemian pieces into my wardrobe in the summer time!

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  13. First time on your blog, Amy. You got yourself a new reader, girlie :)
    I absolutely loved this post, your positivity and style. I agree, it takes time and effort to discover your personal style. You look beautiful and you can definitely tell you are comfortable and happy in what you're wearing! Gotta love those cute Charlotte signs :) Will make sure to follow you on social media & stay in touch. Pop over to my blog any time & say hello. I am always excited to find new lovely blogs to read :)
    xox Nadia
    ☕❥ http://www.mielandmint.com/

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    1. You're the sweetest! Thank you so much! Funny thing is, I've been following you for a while on other social media platforms (not meaning to be creepy, I swear!) haha, Thank you so much for stopping by! (:

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  14. Your shoot location is right down the street from where I work! PS - love the pink and green together!

    -Morgan
    How 2 Wear It [] http://how2wearit.com

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    1. What?! How have we not run into each other yet?? It's one of my favorite spots in Charlotte!

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  15. In love with that army green top!
    www.kayleighskloset.com

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  16. I absolutely adore the combination of army green and blush pink! You look cute as always!

    XO, Oksana from FOXYOXIE.com

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  17. Pretty! Such a fabulous green jacket!

    xo,
    Stephanie
    Diary of a Debutante
    www.thediaryofadebutante.com

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  18. Love when olive green is paired w/ pastel shades! x Nicole | www.changeanddress.com

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