Today I had the brilliant idea to take an actual camera to work to take photos instead of my phone.  Actually, I can't say I haven't thought about doing it in the past, I just never have because it seems somehow wrong even though I wait till I've closed up shop to take any shots.  Granted I see people posting mobile uploads on facebook while they're at work all the time, but I try not to be one of those people.  I try.

Here you can see what I wore to and from work in addition to what I wore while working.  I work eight to nine hours each shift so I always bring a change of shoes with me.  I bought this camo jacket at the beginning of fall and have worn it a thousand times since, but never actually shared it on here.  I'm wearing camo jeans here, too - and the jacket is cute with standard green camo fatigues, as well.  If I pick up a camo tee I'll definitely wear it all at once, too - and the same goes for leopard now that I have these boots.  It's only natural leopard and camouflage work well together considering leopard is simply a biological camouflage (like most animals' coloring).  That's all!

jacket from Patricia Field, vintage flannel and tee, zara jeans, acne admire ankle boots, topshop leopard ankle boots

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