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Going Camo

The military trend has evolved into camouflage everything, oversized jackets in particular. Of course you can make army look chic.

Keep things edgy with worn-out, ripped and shredded-to-death shorts. Pile up the arm with spiked accessories and gold. Gold is always good. Layer the camo-print with different textures like leather or faux-fur. Mesh and fishnet? That would work too.

Colours can compliment the camouflage print. Try green, camel, tan, baby pink, fluorescent blue, etc. My favorite combination? Denim blue and camouflage. Too flawless.

There is clearly nothing bad about the overload of army influence. Get into it!

Want to accessorize further? This is my favourite. A bit of tortoise shell, contrasting browns and gold is always grand too.

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