My Style: Khaki from head to toe

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Khaki peacoat, Collection by Marks & Spencer | ‘Uma’ cashmere v-neck, Iris Fashion | Velvet wide leg trousers, Marks & Spencer | Yellow ponyskin clutch, Boden | Trainers, Stan Smith for Adidas | Mix shapes earrings, Marks & Spencer | Rings, SVP Jewellery | All photos: Deborah Bang On Style

When you find your colour you know about it. It could be a totally subtle slight shift from all black everything to a slightly cooler navy, but everyone reacts to you as though you’ve just come back from a fortnight on a Caribbean beach.

I feel like this about khaki – whether it’s a classic army jacket or a sludgy green knit, it makes me feel as though my skin looks good and that I look pulled together – even if I’m feeling far from it.

This autumn it’s everywhere.

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Marks & Spencer is all over the trend, with this classic peacoat and uh-mazing wide leg velvet trousers.

Now, these trousers. You might not even have noticed them in store, but they are AMAZING! They’re comfortable, flattering and easy to wear – meaning you could dress them down like I have with trainers just as easily as you could by wearing with heels. There’s also a fabulous double breasted jacket to match – if you fancied doing the whole velvet revolution thing for party season.

I’m also wearing their mix-shapes earrings, which I haven’t stopped wearing since I got them. They’re so cool, adding a bit of edge to a simple outfit. And at less than ten pounds, they’re worth the investment.

I’ve teamed with a matching khaki v-neck from Iris Fashion and a pop of colour with this bag from Boden.

Head to toe shades work really well if you mix different textures – plus this is such a comfortable outfit!

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