THE Camo Tee

I’ve been going a little crazy for camo lately. In my last post I featured the Z Supply Lace-Up Camo Dress (with pockets!) that I got in my first Evereve Trendsend box. Today I’m wearing a cute vintage looking camo tee I got at Target.

 

I have been in the market for a camo tee for about a year now. Seems like the only ones I can find either are stiff and boxy like a full-on men’s “real” (a.k.a. designed for actual camoflauging, not style) tee or gorgeous drapey female-cut camo tees that cost upwards of $50. I’m not too keen on spending much more than $20 or $30 on a tee…and if it is stepping into the $20-$30 price range, it had better be one pretty amazing tee.

 

Enter Target’s $12.99 camo tee that I found a few weeks ago and got an additional 25% off using a Cartwheel deal. ┬áIt. Is. Perfect.

 

It’s soft, drapey, not too short, not too long, and I like how the camo is more of a vintage, faded color instead of a crisp, new-looking camo. And the price is absolutely the best I’ve found for the quality.

 

My bag is a Rebecca Minkoff Micro Moto Satchel. This baby usually goes for $150 – $195, but I got it on sale for $98 at RebeccaMinkoff.com. It’s sold out there, but you can still get them in this color (called Almond) at Amazon. All colors are a bit hard to find now, being sold out many places, but you can still find a few in interesting colors here and there. Anazon even has a Pale Blush colored Micro Moto — so cute and on-trend for spring.

 

These jeans are Kut From the Kloth ‘Catherine’ Boyfriend Jeans. I’ve had them for a few years, but you can still get them for around $79 (or less with coupons, sales, etc.). These jeans are the reason I didn’t keep the Hudson Nico Midrise Skinnies that came in my Evereve Trendsend box. I like how they’re skinny-ish, but not too tight, and they’re short (probably cropped on most people, but not on me), which is great for my stubby legs. :-/

And last but not least, these faux suede lace-up sandals are cheapos I got from Zulily. They are really cute and you’d never know I paid around $15 for them last spring. They have several pairs for less than $10, and several more for between $10 – $30.

I’m thinking this camo tee will be making a lot of repeat appearances this spring and summer.

 

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