Like the clog and the moto jacket, camo didn’t start out as a classic, but it has kind of evolved into one (which is sort of how anything becomes a classic in the first place, right?) But there seems to be a surplus of it right about now, for some reason, and that pleases me. I especially like how it looks with a little hit of bright color, like the yellow piping on this Nili Lotan jacket, which sadly exceeds the GOACA price limit, but was too good not to include.
And speaking of yellow, this jacket is pretty much aces, and loud in the best possible way.
These joggers look deeply comfortable, and stylishly slouchy.
White + Warren’s cashmere travel wrap is oversized and super-cozy, and I really like the barely-there print.
A cute button-down with an appealingly faded-out print.
I am thinking of going for this well-priced dress—I could see kicking around in it on summer weekends.
A snappy little utility jacket with a slightly cropped fit.
I live in these sweatpants—I have them in the black—and am so tempted by this version.
This looks like a Barbour jacket—very classic—but the print makes it modern.
I love a good linen tee—they just drape more nicely—and this is a really good one.
Such an adorable sports bra, and I dig the hits of pink.
The rainbow stripes on these leggings are such a fun touch.
Slip-on sneakers that just look easy and cool.
Just a good, roomy sweatshirt.
More Nili Lotan: these French military pants would be really perfect for spring.
I like that this shirt jacket has a nice, body-skimming cut.
And why not some camo Chuck Taylors? Note the ring at the heel, which may not be for everybody, but which I like.
Camo chinos would look great with a white button-down and bright belt.
It’s just about the rainy season, and you could do worse than this compact umbrella.
I’d layer this crewneck tee under a utility jumpsuit.