5 Ways to Wear Army Green


The military shade comes back in style year after year, and luckily there’s no such thing as too much. If your closet’s already properly stocked, consider yourself a smart man. If not, here’s how to catch up.

New Balance 696 Urban Noise
Not quite for the peacock but definitely not for the wallflower, these kicks pair military green with an obvious complement: camo.

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John Varvatos Zip & Button Front Trench Coat
It’s just the right amount of weight for fall’s crisper days—and ready to take on the occasional rainfall. This trench is also garment washed, so you’re a few steps into the breaking-in process.



Crew Textured Cotton Chino
These textured cotton chinos nail that favorite-pant feel from the start. Wear them like you’d wear jeans—with a striped tee, with a denim jacket, or with a plaid button-front shirt—for a more comfortable fit and unexpected style.

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Uniqlo Pullover Hoodie
There’s something about fall and the classic hoodie. Upgrade your old standby with one completely clear of logos and a slim fit that’s primed for layering.



The Tie Bar Socks
Army green is one of those colors you can wear head to toe. It makes you look long and lean, and it sets you apart in a way that a crazy loud pattern never could. Don’t mess up the monochromatic look with your socks. Instead, pick these.





Photo Credits: Uniqlo.com, JCrew.com, JohnVarvatos.com and SneackerHead.com