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30 for 30: Day 9 – Styled in Khaki

Sweaters and khakis when worn together always look good. I particularly like the charcoal/khaki combination. It has an underlying dignity about it. To bring out this very essence in kids without actually making them look like a miniature version of grandpa, I added the cargo silhouette here. It spells the same vibe but has a young trendy look.

Keeping abreast with the trend, the duffle coat you see here is a key player this season. Once associated with prep schools it’s today’s must have piece. This coat from Old Navy is perfect, it has the toggle closures, the hand warming welt pockets and most essentially a hood to keep those little heads cozy this winter.

Outfit details:

Charcoal sweater – H&M

Khaki cargo pant – Green dog

Checkered slip on – Old Navy

Striped roll up shirt – Guess

Duffle coat - Old Navy

Belt – Sean John

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7 comments

1 patty { 11.19.10 at 12:18 am }

rolled up sleeves. so freaking fly.
love how happy your son always looks. lovely!!!

2 Shivani { 11.19.10 at 2:14 am }

The khaki cargos and the rolled up sleeves……sort of like a lil John Mayer meets Matthew McConaughey meets Justin Bieber look…..absolutely adorable!

3 sharmila { 11.19.10 at 6:09 am }

He is one hell of a gorgeous model. He seems to love the camera. Have you considered getting him into modelling.

4 Tot stylist { 11.19.10 at 8:49 am }

Thank you all…
I like the thought of having all of those guys rolled
into one! :)
The truth here is most times he isn’t aware of the camera, he does his own thing, and I sneak up and take the pictures.

5 Priya Kesavan { 11.19.10 at 11:23 am }

I guessed as much!! That’s why the pictures have a fresh and natural look.. Good job!!

6 anupama { 11.19.10 at 12:30 pm }

Very dignified indeed! “I” is giving the sartorialist men a run for their money. Also those green keds seem to be so versatile in doing the rounds in your remixers.

7 Daniel { 12.17.10 at 10:07 am }

great post, thanks for sharing

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