I have not been much on the forum lately, for a bunch of reasons: life has been very busy, I am still battling ridiculous fatigue all the time and the cold wintery weather made me hibernate a bit. But I have been reading YLF regularly, and even taking pictures of my outfits half of the time (especially those based on Angie's ensembles), I just never got to post them.
The last real clothes I got to wear were last weekend, starting Friday 3/6 through Sunday 3/8. All were based on the Olive & Black ensemble Angie posted that Friday, and I tried for three different variations similar to those pictured in the post. Then I caught a nasty virus of some sort and missed the whole last week of work. I spent it all bed in loungewear/PJs. I am still recovering from it, and it hope it goes away fast, as the weather changed and it is finally spring! I have been meaning to do a big spring cleaning in my closet but had no energy, and I hope I get around to it this weekend. I am so excited to finally ditch the puffers and snow boots.

Here are the outfits, all are Black&Olive with a touch of white:
#1 - Ancient black Kenneth Cole leather moto over an old-ish striped BR sweater, Rag&Bone zippered olive cargo skinnies and Carvela black cutout booties. I carried a simple black leather tote that I forgot to photograph.
#2 - Pretty old BR olive sweater jacket over boxy high 10 Crosby Derek Lam shirt, ancient faded black denim pinstripe R&S skinny jeans, tall black Guess lace-up boots and BR black&white satchel.
#3-4 - This one was the biggest challenge as I do not own an olive pencil skirt, so I substituted it with light olive tuxedo Express skinnies with thin black side stripe. I combined them with new Bloomingdale's asymmetric black cashmere sweater, black leather lemming Spiegel jacket, black ankle strap Grey City shoes, infinity black&white leopard Express scarf and white&black BR cross-body bag.

As always, all the input and comments are more than welcome!

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