Pre-Fall 2014 Trend: Contemporary Camo For Men
See how the LUX Man can style the trendy camouflage print.
Camouflage print has become increasingly popular on runways and creates exciting inspiration with a wide array of camo print styles for rugged to refined looks. For Fall/Winter 2014 collections, designers incorporated classic to more avant-garde camouflage prints. Pull ideas from these three runway camouflage trends for your own closet; the prominent and widely recognized Edrl & Woodland print, graphic colors and mixing prints, and blue hues.
Moncler W/ Camouflage Jacquard Cap
Alejandro Ingelmo/ Tron Calf-Hair Trainers
True Religion/ Ricky Distressed Jeans
The Edrl & Woodland print is the most common camouflage print and is used for Army surplus garments and styled in streetwear. It’s a seamless way to wear the trend. Designers Balmain and Valentino had an abundance of camouflage on their Fall/Winter 2014 runways. Wear the print as a jacket with your favorite pair of jeans or with trousers of a complementary color such as olive or forest green or black. Or try a blazer or denim jacket with the print as a jean or slacks.
Have a less inconspicuous effect but more fun with the print by wearing a graphic with bright pops of color such as yellow, orange, and aqua apart of the same print of mixed together as a separated print. Designer Dries Van Noten showcased an eye-catching camouflage print with vibrant yellow color blocking.
Be part of the blue crew with a camouflage print in blue shades such as Valentino and Mark McNairy's runway looks. It's a remix on the print but still stays true to the camouflage trend. Style matching blue camouflage top and bottoms or mix and match with different washes of denim. Also wear this trend with blue camouflage accessories.
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