August 30, 2013

Fashionable Friday: Camouflage and Fatigue

When you get bored of all the options that you have in your wardrobe and want to add some interesting options to it, try going masculine via camouflage and fatigue outfit.

Camouflage and fatigue has its origins in military uniforms. It became a trend in the '90s, when designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs, Issey Miyake and Maharishi started showing streetwear-influenced designs incorporating military camouflage patterns.

Although camouflage and fatigue shows a rugged and masculine look, you can still send a feminine and no-nonsense message loud and clear by wearing dress and skirt.

Just remember, there is absolutely nothing formal about fatigues and camouflage so never wear it on a formal event. Since camouflage is such a striking pattern, you'll want to keep it on the simple side. by avoid clashing or distracting patterns, Instead, choose a solid color to match your top, skirt or pants. Other colors such as yellow, hot pink, cherry red or electric blue camouflage would also make for an eye-catching outfit.

Here are a few of interesting military inspired outfit I found...

At Topshop Galleria, Ana Capri was also checking out fatigue and camouflage just like me...

Topshop hooded camou, P4,545

Topshop fatigue coat, P4,195
While watching the buzz, took photo of Boy Abunda, who's so much into military get up lately.


  1. comment ng maayos mobile.. ;)

  2. this is a follow up to my comment.. woot! and sexy mo naman! na inspire naman ako to achieve that body. Whew! and Ana Capri, she's still sexy pala. she's not sexy kasi on tv kasi or baka because of the role that she's playing now.. no more sexy but rather nanay role. she's still pretty after all..:)


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