Dries Van Noten
Powerful army shades of khaki and gray are a good starting point when channeling your inner warrior.
The military trend was seen all the way through 2014, but, we at MenStylePower, see it as a Style Power Staple.
Cargo pants and utilitarian jackets are promoted from the ranks in sumptuous leather and blends, while coats are pure officer class – has anything ever sounded so awesome. Besides, women love a man in uniform!
Medallion, buttons, buckles and belts provide important features to take this look to its corporal heights.
Son of Wild
The most obvious and recognizable element of military style, camouflage print isn’t falling out of vogue anytime soon.
Lou Dalton, Mark McNairy and Valentino were the print’s biggest advocates for AW14, applying traditional khaki-brown variants to shirts, trousers and outerwear respectively. Brands from high-end to high street are championing camo with strong showings from H.E. by Mango, Penfield, Scotch & Soda and Nike.
Scotch & Soda
The trend translated to all parts of a man’s attire, and one of the top starting points, was at the bottom. A dude’s shoes. Opting for printed footwear is a sure-fire way to freshen up your current looks. So long as you keep the rest of your ensemble stripped-back and simple, you can’t go wrong.
Nike Air Max Hyperposite
Kicks High Converse
A Bathing Ape