Hello and welcome to part 3 of recycle and re- use. This time I have re used my olive pants from (winter is coming) and my good ol’ brown boots from, well, many of my other posts. I have also re- used the same combination from one of my very first posts, only having changed it to suit the winter season. This combination works extremely well any time of the year but particularly makes you stand out during fall/winter when you are surrounded by a sea of Blacks and Grays.

The burgundy jacket and olive pants are great neutrals for winter and add a bit of colour to your outfit keeping it interesting. Believe it or not –  burgundy and Olive are as versatile as Black, Gray and Navy, all you need is a bit of courage to try them:). Pair these with other basics like camel, blacks, grays, navy or tan and you are sure to make a statement.

Before  I leave you guys to see the pictures, I would urge you all to thin about what sustainable fashion means to you and how you contribute to the environment in whatever small way you can. Although, with this post, I have technically come to an end to the three part series on recycle and re use- I am going to endeavour to carry on with this initiative in future blog posts as well.

Do drop me a comment and let me know how you liked this week’s post.

Until next time



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  1. love the whole concept!

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  2. Minimalistic and uber cool approach to everyday fashion .. Love it !

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  3. I like the concept and the colors, really goes well during winters!
    Love the pictures 🙂

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    • Thank you so much, Rewati. Appreciate your comment!

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  4. Can’t get over how fantastic this look looks on you! Great job Ro!

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    • Thank you SOO much, ish! your comment means a lot, as always!!

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