Military Fashion Trends
Trends in military style inspiration interesting every year. Big buttons, insignia on the shoulders and a small bag still dominating masculine fashion accent with ladylike silhouettes. Colors look more varied, not just army green, black, navy and mustard yellow, but also use a lot of khaki, maroon, gray, and olive green. Fashion style World War II affected will be women’s favorite work, as intersected assertive and fashionable alternative to dress to the office.
This structured silhouette gown with a classic look and very ladylike. As a collection of McQ by Alexander McQueen, Loewe, and Eric Tibusch that combines feminine dress with pocket detail, insignia on the shoulders, and a military-style shirt collar. Classic colors like black and khaki simple look sophisticated.
Do’s: Add a large belt to give the silhouette of the body that seem perfect.
Don’ts: Avoid the use of military-style stocking on the dress. Instead, mix with high boots.
New York fashion scene and Paris chanted the same thing. As the fashion house Celine, Jason Wu, and Tommy Hilfiger, they issued a constructive and clean-cut jacket with a fitted silhouette. Combined with ornament buttons, pockets and the use of plain provide a separate statement on military-style jacket.
Do’s: Pair with a pencil skirt or skinny pants as work clothes. If you want to look casual, mix with cargo pants or denim pants.
Don’ts: For outdoor activities, avoid the use of thick wool or other materials that are less convenient. Choose a lightweight material and suitable in tropical countries.
Accessories can be one semimaskulin support for display here. One of these belts, backpacks, boots and shoes specially designed by Nicolas K, Phillip Lim and fashion house Hermes.
Do’s: For the appearance of army style, preferably supporting accessories matching with clothes or neutral colors, such as khaki, brown, black, or gray.
Don’ts: Accessories are used only to support your outfit. When it’s crowded fashion details, such as pockets, buttons, and other accessories to avoid large and too extreme.
Grey Is The New Army
The green color is no longer a favorite of fashion designers to apply military force this year. The fashion house Burberry, Jasper Conran, and Christian Dior both use the color gray and old as the definition of a new color to appear masculine style army.
Do’s: gray color suitable for formal contemporary colors. If you want more casual, choose a lightweight material, such as cotton, which is applied to the casual shirt.
Don’ts: If you want to look elegant with the color gray, avoid using another dominant color. Enough with the shades of the same color or black color.
Shirts may be intersect minimalist fashion style military one. Games bright colors translated by designer Matthew Williamson at a casual shirt of lightweight materials. Meanwhile, Caroline Charles, use neutral colors on the classic shirt bermuda pants.
Do’s: For army-style shirt favored free to choose the color, as long as have pockets and epaulette detail on the shoulders as his trademark.
Don’ts: Avoid the use of accessories, like a big necklace. Just use a small belt of neutral colors.