// Military Jacket //

Friday, February 20, 2015

{Photos by: Shaina Ligonde}

On Ken
Sunnies (Gucci) // Military Jacket (Jachs) {Similar Here} // Dress (Gentle Fawn) {Similar Here} // Bralette (Skivvies by For Love and Lemons) {Similar Here} // Bag (Balenciaga) // Boots (Fiorentini + Baker) {Similar Here}

On Cas
Leather Military Jacket (DOMA) {Similar Here} // Tank (Nation LTD) // Jean Shorts (Earnest Sewn) {Similar Here} // Boots (Barneys New York) 

Winter is quickly coming to an end (although we didn't get a ton of actual Winter over here in Southern Cali), and we wanted to make sure that we took advantage of the "cold" to pull out some of our go-to jackets. For the past few years, anything military-isnpired has been right on-trend. Jackets and pants that are army green, worn-in, and all around very casual have appeared in every single line. Well, we are here to tell you that the trend is still going strong (at least for us). We love anything and everything fashion military-inspired, especially our {Military Jackets}. Army green jackets that have that "military-look" are extremely versatile since the color pairs nicely with almost any outfit, and the effortless feel of the item is chic yet understated. 

The great thing about this being such a popular trend, is that you can pretty much find any type of military-inspired item you want. We like to stick to jackets pretty much but even then there are still so many options to choose from (oversized, tailored, leather, twill - the list goes on and on). Try out your {Military Jacket} with a cute dress and lacey bralette like Ken in order to make your outfit more playful. Or go for a leather military jacket option like Cas and pair it with shorts and slouchy boots for a day out-and-about. Either way, you can't go wrong with this truly lasting trend - at least we won't be getting rid of our military-inspired items any time soon. Will you? 


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