A look that’s been commanding attention for quite some time, here’s what the military style is currently delivering.
Laura military jacket, $340. Trimmed with a classic red and white stripe, best worn with jeans. bodenclothing.com.au
Ray-Ban aviators, from $200. A flattering shape that suits most face shapes. ray-ban.com
Juno Conrad sofa chair, $1490. The combination of green and brass has never looked so plush. globewest.com.au
Yakim boots, $259.95. Love the buckle and stitching details. hushpuppies.com.au
OPI CIA (Colour Is Awesome) nail lacquer, $19.95. A more subtle way to give a nod to the military trend. Stockists, call 1800 812 663.
Milk and Honey tort spoons, $40 (set of 4). Camo print on spoons? It’s a novel idea, but it works for us. neueblvd.com.au
Stables dress, $749, Wear with boots and structured jacket for a chic utility look. rmwilliams.com.au
Camilla and Marc Mallow blazer, $790. Buttons on blazers have always suggested authority - and in this case make you a captain of style. orderofstyle.com
Revlon Colorstay eyeliner in jade, $23.95. Try blending it with a dusty pink or subtle gold eyeshadow for maximum impact. Stockists, call 1800 025 488.
Brighton biker jeans, $110. Zips are another military style staple that are proving a hit this year. bodenclothing.com.au
Soy candle, $45. A chunky and no-nonsense casing for this candle make it the ideal military style accessory for your home. endotaspa.com.au
Claire cord skirt, $149. Don’t forget to incorporate pockets and cord (or both) into your military style wardrobe. ryderlabel.com
Lilly khaki slip dress, $40. What would a military-inspired season be without something adorned with camouflage print? Just ensure you only wear one piece at a time. prettylittlething.com.au