The military look can also be worn in an easy chic version: let’s see how
The camouflage pattern, otherwise called mimetic, is another of those patterns that returns in alternating phases, in courses and resorts. It is a decidedly casual and sporty print, but it can also be worn in a more chic way to build almost elegant looks. Let’s see together some ideas to wear it with style!
How to wear the camouflage pattern: sporty chic
If you like a little girly taste and you have the physique du rôle, you can choose a parka in a camo version and wear it with a crop top and a pair of skinny jeans. Alternatively, the oversized parka will also go great on a soft knitted pullover or overalls, to be completed with a pair of sneakers, even chunky ones.
How to wear the camouflage pattern: preppy
The mix of styles and decontextualization is always a winning card to play when it comes to fashion. So combine a pair of camo-print trousers with a checked blazer and a V-neck pullover, perhaps in Aran knit or braided and you will get a nice mélange of styles that come together without screeching. To top it all off, no bling bling tinsel, but super basic accessories.
How to wear the camouflage pattern: feminine military
The camouflage pattern also lends itself to being reinterpreted and revised, for example with the overlapping of other types of print, as in the photo you see below, in which a checkered print has been overlaid on the military print. How to make the look feminine, without falling into the pretext? Play with accessories. A pair of kombat boots will make it more gritty, while XXL hoop earrings and a small bag will add the feminine touch.
How to wear the camouflage pattern: elegant
A white shirt solves a lot of situations and also looks great with the camo pattern! Try a military bomber jacket with a pair of black trousers and accessorize the look with slingbacks and a ladylike bag. A touch of bright lipstick will be the extra detail.
How to wear the camouflage pattern: the dress
If you like the idea of the total look, you can create it with a dress to combine accessories all of the same color, for example black. The reason why I suggest you not to vary the color that much is because this pattern is already rich in its own: lightening it is a good idea to make it more portable.
How to wear the camouflage pattern: gritty
If you like a more gritty and current look, you can combine your camo pants with an oversized down jacket, perhaps a little particular, with an XXL collar, or with a hood. In this case, kombat boots and a shoulder bag will do perfectly to complete the look.