If you want yourself something cool and mannish, then why don't you go for a military style coat. Today I bring you this excellent compilation of women's army style coats to wear this season. The injection of military influences keeps on moving up offering us trendy styles of tops, pants, jackets, coats and accessories. This season army trend dominated the runways once again, exploring new shapes, colors and details. The army style coat takes a comfortable position in the fashion world. We see various lengths, shapes, colors and prints.
I am in love with details that can be seen in Rebecca Minkoff khaki green creation. Try this stunning, tailored cover-up with your everyday essentials.
It's a sophisticated looking outerwear that is not only comfortable and voguish, but also vintage looking. You can mix up this stunning cover-up with business or feminine outfits. Anyway, I think it's time to look through these gorgeous designs and choose your favorite cuts, prints and colors.
Osman offers a wrap and belted version in khaki olive color. It's simple and uncomplicated design.
Rachel Comey offers a collarless robe style olive khaki creation with shortened sleeves. Try it on with colorful dress.
Sacai goes for naval look. I am in love with this tailored cover-up and statement buttons.
Sonia by Sonia Rykiel offers a modern looking camouflage print: red, blue and black.
Another great looking naval inspired cover-up from Sonia Rykiel. Love the way it's styled with white trousers.
Sonia Rykiel keeps it sophisticated by offering its clientèle a muted green belted outerwear worn with high-waisted pleated jeans.
Sportmax offers a wrap green design cinched at the waist with a rope-belt.
Here we see Stella McCartney creation that features an awesome varsity jacket collar and a loose-fit, oversized silhouette.
That's a gorgeous Valentino piece. In love with this hooded green cover-up. Try it on with red mohair sweater and pleated long light blue skirt.
How about wearing a camouflage printed outerwear? In love with Valentino!
Joseph keeps it sophisticated and long. We see a belted, tailored khaki cover-up.