Go for Broke–The military trend is one that appears permanent and part of the reason can be attributed to its easily accessible fashions. From strong structured coats and camouflage prints to combat boots, military fashions contribute to a powerful style statement. Here we round up great military-inspired essentials for the fall/winter 2013 season.
Solanne Marechaux by Michelle Du Xuan for Viva! Moda.
Emporio Armani updates the dog tag with textured stainless steel. $125 from Macy’s.
Burberry Prorsum embraces the military trend with a cropped field green bomber jacket, shown with their fall/winter 2013 collection. Available from Burberry for $2,942.62.
Black, white and gray create a stylish camouflage identity, especially with an easy to layer sweater. $69.90 from Express
Gucci makes a strong military statement with a double-breasted coat finished with brass buttons.
Paige Denim offers a subtle military infusion with their camouflage pants.
Add a militaristic flair to your wardrobe with a practical outerwear piece perfect for year-round use. Layer in the winter or wear by itself in the spring. Alpha Industries Fishtail Parka $119 from Urban Outfitters.
Classic coats can offer a subtle military reference in earthy hues. John Halls dons a long winter coat from Canali for Details.
There’s something to be said about a structured trench. Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche easily created a uniform look with his fall/winter 2013 collection.
Make a power statement in Dr Martens’ Edmund 12-Tie Boots $282.26 from Oki-ni.
South Korean label Zero_Underscore offers a sophisticated take on the military motif calling for power with a strong black silhouette.
For the man on the go, camouflage canvas tote $76.80 from Express.