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Recently celebs have been marching the streets in strong, structured military-inspired coats. It’s obvious why. These statements in outerwear provide a sort of fashion armor; you can take on the big world in a determined jacket with regal flair such as brass buttons and charismatic collars.

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No shotguns involved. Just pure soldier-combat inspired fashion. This is what’s taking over 2014 autumn street styles, retail chains and magazine spreads, all courtesy of designers like Prabal Gurung, Michael Kors, Christopher Kane or Rebecca Minkoff‘s collections we fell so head over heels with at Fashion Week. As restrictive as a Camo Trend may appear to be, designers have proved us the contrary with an infinite play of colors, patters and cuts, so if green & khaki are not your thing, rest assured because the Military Look can be done in any color as long as the army vibe is in there somewhere.

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Each season, the fashion world stands at attention to see what Marc will do next. For spring, he showed military-inspired looks in a rosy setting that evoked an American fantasy—be it Oz or a Levittown. While tailored army kit was clearly one of Jacobs’s touchstones, the subtle twists and embellishments he added showed the designer taking leave of tradition and marching, as always, to the beat of his own drum.

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Photos: Polyvore

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