Left Right Left Fashion


Left right left..!!! Left right left….!!! No don’t get confused I am not teaching you how to walk in army, am just teaching you how to walk in fashion because a military trend is the new fashion statement for the spring/summer year 2010. This trend is the latest blockbuster in fashion world this year, was seen everywhere on the runway, and will be seen on the local streets whole year.

Military trend was initially popularized during the 60s, only as a protest to the Vietnam War. And as nothing hides away from fashion followers it also spread rapidly as a mode of fashion; with the hippies taking all its credit. Trench coats, berets, and jackets have enjoyed seasons of popularity in the past, and camouflage was a hot favorite; especially for teenagers. Military fashion as a trend is nothing new, but while fashion trends tend to burn out within a few years, the women’s military fashion trend isn’t going anywhere, though like all true fashion trends, in 2010 the military trend will evolve.
Fashion outfits in khaki, green, and olive commands the season’s attention with patterns reflecting the military uniform. Green and grey are dominant colors in the palette. Strict sharp forms with too little femininity look pretty on women but I would never call that stylish. Burberry Prorsum items are also included though they hardly belong to the military style.


This trend is seen in various formal dresses. Trends of military fashion for 2010 are mostly inspired by the military uniforms of the 20th century. Napoleon styled jackets with high stand collars, hussar influenced garments with a gold border, and admiral coats with an air of command in it. Army green is seen in cropped shearling collared coats and loose fitting cargo pants. If army green is the trend’s color, then shearling is its fabric. And that’s because of its dual use as an embellishment on aviator boots / military fashion boots and a coat’s collar. A word of warning though: we have the odd occurrence of camouflage print, we’d recommend you avoid it for the time being – it’s simply too soon a comeback.
Women generally do not prefer a boxy look or the hard military look as in mens style. Buckles, snaps, and fringes are included in their apparel.
You will not only find clothes and dresses of military style but footwear and accessories too. You can easily fill your wardrobe with any of your style of military trend.
So my dear metroholicas…..don’t be too late to go for shopping because this trend is spreading very fast, select and pick your favorite style before anyone else does it and …..Be Fashionable…….!!!!0

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