I see trend. Today we are going to observe this Fall 2015 season must-have coat inspired by army and military style. These are perfect cover-ups to march down the streets. I have gathered beautiful, strong and structured designs what look like a sort of fashion armor to me. You can face the big bad world in one of these beautiful styles with brass buttons, patch pockets, charismatic collars, camouflage and infinite play of colors. If khaki and green are not your thing, then you can play with many other colors and shades, because the military look hides in the outerwear structure and cuts.
Brand Theory keeps it exaggerated and big. We see a military colored coat with patch pockets and big black fur collar. Try it on with your favorite black separates.
Personally, I love seeing ladies wearing military coats over feminine blouses, dresses or skirts. In other words, military fashion is all about mixing masculine army basics with feminine garments and details. I strongly recommend you to try out the military trend this year.
Brand 6397 offers a green colored nylon long bomber-coat. Try it on with black sweatshirt and slim-fit jeans. Complete the look by adding nice high-top sneakers.
Brand Belstaff offers a qualitative parka in dark camel color. It is completed with shearling line, hood and a belt.
Bouchra Jarrar is here with a khaki grey colored long coat worn with zebra printed top and high-rise pleated black flared trousers.
Another awesome looking cover-up from Bouchra Jarrar. We see glossy black lapels, wool green sleeves and khaki grey coat's torso.
Brand Desigual keeps it fun and flirty offering us a camouflage white fur lined parka what can be worn with nice wool cap and abstract printed dress.
Brand Dondup offers a straight fit hooded coat with patches. A great choice for making statement walks in the streets.
Elie Tahari keeps it sophisticated and straight fit. We see a dark green cover-up with black fur details.
How about mixing grunge with army touches? We see a camouflaged long jacket styled with jogger pants in tartan print.
That's a marvelous and fun camouflage coat from An Italian Theory brand:
J. Lindeberg is here with a Safari inspired long coat updated with patch pockets and glossy black belt.
Jil Sander offers a perfect shearling lined cover-up in camouflage print.
Here we see a double-breasted long khaki green coat from brand Kolor.
A perfect camouflage printed parka from Markus Lupfer.
Well, there is kind of minimalistic army touch in this collarless Nili Lotan cover-up:
Norma Kamali offers a grey colored tailored look. In love with its silhouette.
Thanks to the khaki green color, this minimalistic coat from Objects Without Meaning looks pretty army inspired.
How about wearing a sleeveless muted green trench coat from Organic by John Patrick.
A belted safari inspired cover-up with short sleeves looks great. Try it on with your favorite sneakers.
Pea-coat with brass buttons from Sonia by Sonia Rykiel is a perfect choice for army-addicted ladies.
Tess Giberson offers a dark grey colored parka with leather sleeves.