When it feels like adding an edgy touch to your look, then I can advice you to try military fashion trend that is so must-have this 2015-2016 season. I love uniforms and those ideal detaisl that make any woman look fitted, sophisticated and powerful. In today's compilation we are going to observe great outfits embellished with sailor-style buttons, epaulettes, etc. It's no secret that military fashion as a trend is nothing new, but the fact is that this trend keeps on updating every year, by offering us new cuts, shapes, fabrics, details and colors.
It keeps on evolving with new updates taken from Georgian and Victorian eras. Nowadays, army fashion is all about functionality and utility. The key elements in this trend are great coats/ field jackets, tops, pants, dresses, skirts, eye-catching accessories (aviator boots, combat shoes and aviator sunglasses) and various embellishments (including leather and furs). Hope this compilation will inspire you to buy yourself something strong for this season.
Altuzarra offers us a sleeveless, belted khaki-olive dress with awesome patches. Try it on with knee-length strappy heels.
Another great option is to try this gorgeous camel khaki fitted, sleeveless jumpsuit with patch pockets.
If you want yourself fully Army Girl Style, then I recommend to choose this belted field jacket with pleated trousers. Everything is colored in khaki green.
The army shirt tucked in high-waisted pleated pants can be upgraded with white fur long vest. It's an ideal look for those women who love boho but still wanna try something edgy and eye-catching.
The navy-inspired trend comes with naval touch. I like this Altuzarra long coat cinched at the waist with a belt. Love the gold sailor-style buttons.
The jacquard, wrinkled Victorian era inspried military jacket looks awesome with high-waisted below-the-knee pencil skirt embellished with studs (look at the ornaments). Everything is from Donna Karan.
Brand Issa offers a sophisticated, flowy trench-coat. It's an ideal cover-up for your special evening occasions.
Can't say why, but this Mugler outfit colored in burgundy makes me think of army. May be it's because of its ideal fit?
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi creation looks awesome. I love the oversized khaki olive coat with red and white stripes.
Speaking of leather, then I suggest you to try on this fabulous outfit that consists of a glossy, green leather shirt tucked in high-waisted A-line relaxed skirt.
Temperley London offers a mannish look pantsuit that has kind of pajama and Victorian era touches.
Zuhair Murad offers Georgian era military uniform. It looks pretty creative to me.