Any Old Iron Camo Suit
What is more iconic than a popular pattern getting an AOI facelift? Not a damn thing, especially if it pertains to the Any Old Iron Camo Suit! This suit entails a fitted blazer and flare trousers, which are decked out in the traditional camo print but with a snazzy twist: the camo is made out of sequins. That's right, the pattern which is commonly used to hide oneself amongst your surroundings is, now, loud as ever! Shimmering rich green, jet black, and dark brown sequins are used to bring this suit to life. Along the blazer, there are two exterior pockets for a hands-free experience. On the interior of the jacket, there is a third pocket, which perfectly stores your more intimate items, like money. The interior of the jacket, also, is home to the silkiest of fabrics, which will instantly transport you to your favorite satin sheets! This interior lining is used within the trousers and aides in optimal comfort. The trousers have that traditional fit and flare style, where it will be snug from the waistline to the thighs and flare from the knees to the hem. Needless to say, this is the perfect suit for any event, from attending a military ball to hitting the deer stands. It can be worn together as one cohesive look; or, you can separate the pieces and wear them with other outfits. For instance, you can pair the blazer with some denim trousers and boots; or, you can style the trousers with your favorite tee. All we know is that the second you step into the limelight with this suit, you will be sure to stand out and not blend in!
Women’s Suits and Sequin Moto Size Guide:
|Shoulder Across Back||15.5||16||17||18||19|
Maddy, our model, is 5'10" and is wearing a size small. If you have any questions or concerns, please DM us.
To care for your suit, please get it dry-cleaned. If there are tiny problem areas, you may resort to spot cleaning for a quick resolution. To do so, please use cool water and a mild soap. Rinse gently with your fingertips and allow the garment to hang to dry. Any improper cleaning, mishandling, and roughhousing may cause damage to the design.