What a better season to adop the camouflage trend than autumn? It's been a few years already that we keep seeing the camouflage print in the fall-winter collections, but this year, it's downright avalanche! Present in more than half of the runways, the famous military pattern is more trendy than ever.
But the camouflage pattern is not that easy to wear, you might argue. If you are looking for ideas of how to integrate it into your wardrobe, here are some suggestions for you:
The fashion trends for the cold season are not as difficult to adopt as you might think. For instance, you can combine the camouflage with the grunge trend for a maximum effect. And, you will have to admit it - the famous khaki pattern goes quite well with the red plaid shirt.
But before you begin composing your camouflage grunge outfit, let’s take a quick trip back in time. The grunge rock is a musical genre that emerged in the 80s. Seattle is considered the birthplace of the grunge movement.
Guitars, shaking hair and words (not necessarily too happy), grunge was a huge success and a contagious trend. The mythical music bands of the late 90s, from Nirvana to Pearl Jam, contributed to the grunge aesthetic: plaid shirt, torn denim pants, perfecto leather and all rotten T-shirts.
Camouflage chic Doesn’t Karlie Kloss look lovely in this modern camo dress? All you need to repeat her outfit is this dress by DKNY! Who said that camouflage pattern is restricted to the casual and sport look? Army patterns can also feature elegant dresses for a chic and very girly and modern effect.
Has Sarah Jessica Parker always been your idol? How about replicating one of her recent outfits? All you need for this is a pair of camo pants, a plain shirt and a cross-body bag featuring ethnic motifs.