Camo continues to rule the runway in 2013
Army, Navy, Marine and all other types of military fatigues have been a popular trend in the fashion world for decades. While the style started to come into its own in the early '90s, in recent years designers have taken the traditional look and revamped it with modern and sleek concepts. With everyone from couture fashion houses to street wear companies like Stussy keeping this trend in the loop, investing in garb with this fabric is a must.
According to GQ magazine, there are plenty of ways to dabble in this market depending on your unique personal take. For example, finding a T-shirt with a camo section on it could be a way to embrace the style without going fully undercover, while opting to don accessories such as a camo wallet, hat or belt, could offer you a more modest representation.
On the same note, those looking to make a statement with their camo pieces might want to look into more interesting ways to show their pride. For instance, adding a sleek, military-inspired watch to your wrist is sure to garner plenty of attention, as will custom Army-style headphones. The trick to owning this trend is picking up pieces you feel comfortable with.
Are you into the camo craze? What type of camo gear do you have?