Olive Green Linen Jacket and a Thrifted Scarf

There’s a beautiful old willow tree on the back road of our neighbourhood where I like to go for photoshoots. I grew up in Willowdale, a suburb of Toronto, where the majestic weeping willows grow. I love how they are one of the first to leaf out in the springtime and the last to lose their leaves when autumn comes. 

I’ve been taking some things to secondhand shops: great to support charities and employ people as well as keeping things out of landfills. Naturally, I took a look around before leaving the store because you never know what you’ll find.

I spotted this olive green scarf with small silver studs. I bought an olive green linen jacket about 15 years ago but didn’t know it was the exact same shade. Greens can be tricky because there are so many different hues.

I love my white jeans any time of year and especially after Labour Day! I often add a pop of colour, in this case, olive green. This cropped jacket is cool and lightweight. Perfect for cool summer nights or pleasant autumn days.

The purse was also a recent purchase in a thrift shop, handmade with a Paris design, and I have another SLOW FASHION outfit.

Have you gone thrifting lately?

❤ carmen

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14 Responses to Olive Green Linen Jacket and a Thrifted Scarf

  1. Hello Carmen, hope your well! I am sure the thrift store was very appreciate of you dropping off some of your clothes. One lucky lady has made a great purchase already ! I love the olive green scarf and it is a great match to the jacket. The jeans complete the gorgeous outfit you are modelling. It’s nice you grew up in a place called Willowdale . Beautiful pictures to have before winter comes. I so need to go thrifting soon, its been busy busy but I look forward to it. take care Carmen, Terri xo.

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  2. I love this color combo! I agree that white jeans are great year-round. I enjoy thrifting too. The last item I bought was from an online thrift store and I had it shipped to you! So I haven’t seen it yet. Soon, I hope.

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  3. Love the olive with the white combo and you can’t go wrong with linen. Great look 🙂

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  4. josep-maria says:

    Very nice the all white with this green jacket, it is a nice combination. You look gorgeous and I love your hair.

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  5. utesmile says:

    You always find perfect matching things. It looks all great together on you. Perfect with the Willow tree too, lovely trees, they are not so common where I am, they do look rather wonderful. It is getting colder now here and Autumn is well here with lots of rain. We did need the rain though. 🙂 I’m not complaining. Let’s get more jumpers out soon for the the weather to come! Keep warm Carmen. ♥

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    • carmen says:

      It was a pleasant surprise that this scarf matched perfectly and makes the outfit complete. Accessories really add the finishing touch. Oh yes, time to get out our cozy jumpers. 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by Ute!

      ❤️carmen

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  6. Nancy says:

    Great combination, I love all greens!

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  7. Maggie Li says:

    Nice to show off your thrift shopping treasures. I always found nice stuffs! Linen is one of my favourite material, the natural of it makes the outfit classy! Happy thrift shopping!

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