No matter our feelings about the war, we all can agree to support our troops. More astounding is over the years is the reinventing of the military-inspired jackets. Thanks to Adam and the Ants, Michael Jackson and our love for the 80’s revival this jacket will always stay in vogue. They always present themselves in different forms over the winter seasons.
Although the military look may not be a dominant trend this fall, it does not mean you should not wear one. This article is about inspiring you to find the jacket that will bring out the soldier in you.
How To Wear a Military Jacket
The military trend can be followed by anyone, so start investing in a few pieces before AW12 arrives. The whole trend is really about clean cuts, neutral colours and functionality. Don’t be afraid of a jacket with gold lace trimmings.
You can literally take this trend as far as you want, you can even implement it easily into your style now. In fact, that is what I’d recommend, simply just add one or two aspects from the military look into your closet. Otherwise, you go from the casual looker to a military officer in just one day.
Shop for a jacket that goes well with both denim jeans as well as a pair of pants and that can easily go from day to night.
Whatever your reasons don’t hold back with the military jacket this season.
Adam and the Ants
Adam and the Ants took military fashion to a whole new level
Leonid Gurevich, stylist wearing 2012 military jacket by NINH Collection
The inspiration originally came from.
Be inspired how to team your military jacket.
D&G military jackets
Mark Feehily wearing a D&G military jacket
Dolce & Gabbana, military jacket
Zara military jacket.
Very alternative military leather jacket
Burberry Prorsum Pre Fall 2012 Menswear Collection, safe border line military look