Style: Battle of the Sexes

A high-ranking trend in both camps, the military look defines fashions must-have uniform this fall.

 

Although its presence has been known for several seasons, fall’s military trend invasion felt more like an attack; from brass buttons and epaulettes, to cargo pants and camo prints, all that was missing was some ammo—though several belts did skew bandolier. Crossing what some may deem enemy lines, Burberry’s Christopher Bailey arguably suited the look to both sexes best; he catered nearly as many incarnations of his centerpiece—the aviator jacket—to men as to women. He described the versatile style as “strong and sexy, masculine and feminine,” a sentiment that arguably sums up all active branches of the military trend. For fall and winter, be sure to equip your side of the closet with combat boots, utility belts and all things army green; when cold weather strikes, not only will you be armed with fashion‘s most-lauded look, but you’ll undoubtedly be dangerous, too.

For Her:
Ryu jacket and skirt available at NV Showroom Boutique, Downtown, 314.932.5382. Miss Me tee and Micha Design necklaces available at Klutch, Town & Country, 636.220.6110. Bakers boots available at bakersshoes.com.

For Him:
Express jacket available at express.com. Alpha Industries, Inc. shirt available at Boutique 83, Central West End, 314.361.4700. G-Star Denim and Bacco Bucci boots available at Sole & Blues, the loop, 314.863.3600. Wiley X goggles available at The Eye Bar, Central West End, 314.367.1848.

 

926_413.jpgFor Her: Ryu Jacket and Miss Me Tee

927_413.jpgFor Her: Bakers Boots

928_413.jpgFor Her: Micha Design Necklaces

929_413.jpgFor Her: Bakers Boots

930_413.jpgFor Him: Express Jacket and Alpha Industries, Inc. Shirt

931_413.jpgFor Him: G-Star Denim

932_413.jpgFor Him: Bacco Bucci Boots

933_413.jpgFor Him: Wiley X Goggles

 

Photo credit: Photos by Carmen Troesser

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