How to Wear Fall’s Army Green Trend
The shade for green-haters to love
Military green, aka army green, is a strong trend for the season. Everything from jackets and blazers to sweaters and camo-print leggings and trousers were spotted on Fall 2014 runways. It's an easy neutral for everyone to wear, even those who normally avoid green.
Here are our favorite ways to wear army green, in everything from a poncho, to a parka, to camo-print leggings.
Mix leather with army green in this Haute Hippie poncho. The leather side panels give a sophisticated vibe to this ribbed poncho.
A flared skirt and a swingy drape add sass to this drop-waisted Ella Moss dress. Ruching and a vertical lace stripes embellish and sleeves. Pair with ankle boots for the perfect fall look.
This sweetly embellished dress from Alberta Ferretti Collection features flocked silk hearts and beaded, embroidered detailing. The embroidered rosettes and dragonfly appliqués offer nature-inspired elegance.
Stay toasty warm all winter in this down-filled Mackage coat. An exposed zip divides the fur-lined hood, and plush raccoon trim frames the edge. The inset knit collar provides extra protection from the elements.
You'll be ready to join the Army in these camo-print leggings in french terry from Plush.
Pair this oversized Faith Connexion sweater with leather leggings. The dropped shoulder seams accentuate the slouchy fit.
Try on these slouchy yet skinny Nili Lotan ankle-length pants. The exposed zips accent the gathered elastic cuffs, and the shirred knees feature back seams.