Let’s talk about military stuff! In today’s blog post you are about to see inspiring ways how to wear army trend. I am a big fan of soldier and combat inspired fashion, that’s why in this article I will try my best to show you creative and easy to copy military-inspired outfit ideas. Army fashion is all about combining that special masculine look with ladylike details. Anyway, those of you who are ready to see my favorite street style ideas, then you are more than welcome to see them below.
The military trend is still about combat boots, camouflage print, green, khaki and desert gray color. Sure, if gray, green or khaki is not your cup of tea, then you are free to try any other color, just make sure the outfit is tailored, streamlined and has that special army vibe. Like it or not, but a military trend is versatile to wear it from work to parties. Nowadays all is in and you can’t say for sure if one trend is dead or not. It’s still okay to see women wearing baseball caps with heels, boyfriend shirts with skinnies, or boyfriend jeans with crop tops. We do what we want and no one can stop us! By the way, it’s great to see military combined with other styles, like punk, grunge, rock and tomboy chic. I do love to see that bright mixture of punk versus military and 1940’s, 1950’s and 1970’s fashion basics. Just imagine yourself wearing a wrap retro dress in army inspired khaki color completed with buckles and belt, either boho style flirty long dress with combat boots, army jacket, and combat print green top. In other words saying, it’s all about mixing decades and styles creating ladylike outfits with heavy looking boots, camo print shirts, and statement coats or jackets. You can even wear just one military-style piece to show your respect to this trend. Make sure to find the perfect style balance between femininity and edginess. For instance, a flirty white lace dress can be paired with sexy classic heels and a camo print waistcoat, or a military-style jacket can be draped over white shirt teamed with black leather trousers and black leather ankle boots. Don’t be afraid to experiment. Anyway, see how things are done by fashion editors and bloggers.