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47 / 52 – Khaki

We are now on the home straight of the 52 Weeks of Colour Challange — the end is in sight.

Week 47 – Khaki

The name of the color khaki coined in British India comes from the Hindustani language (itself a borrowed form of the Persian word khak meaning dust), meaning “dusty, dust covered or earth colored.” It has been used by many armies around the world for uniforms, including camouflage. Most notably, khaki was used by the British Army in India beginning in 1848.

Skin | .ILLUSORY. | Paige_Warmth – Stained A1 (DB)
Hair | Raspberry Aristocrat | Halia – Berry Sassy
Tank | Sn@tch | Butch Tank Top
Pants | fri.day | Rolled.Cargos
Boots | *Kookie* | Armarda – black wash
Tattoo | ::Para Designs:: | SuperStar Black Light
Piercing | .:*LOULOU&CO *:. | :: ADDICTION ::

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