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I mentioned a couple of times that the key to pulling off prints is to pair them against neutrals. Camouflage is no different. 

When I bought this particular camo pants, I already have a style in mind—you know, the usual pair of slouchy boots and a jacket but it doesn’t hurt to experiment. Camouflage trousers can be dressed in a more tailored manner. Just make sure they are well-fitted. I actually like the look I was able to create. What do you think?

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What I’m wearing: white button down (Uniqlo), belt (Bershka), camo pants (Bershka), watch (Kenneth Cole), mirrored sunnies (Frogskins by Oakley), boat shoes (Flying Dutchman). Hype this on lookbook here.

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Button down from Uniqlo | Just a tip: Avoid wearing green as your top, unless you want to look like you just joined the military lol. And please, no dog chain necklaces. That is just pushing it. 

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Camo pants from Bershka | Braided belt from Bershka 

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Limited Edition Frogskins from Oakley (Available at Sunglass Hut) | Gone are the days (or the misconception) that Oakley is just for sportswear. Now Oakley can be worn with just about anything.   

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Watch from Kenneth Cole I always wear this watch because of its impressive sleek design! It’s transparent too! 

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Boat shoes from Flying Dutchman | When it comes to shoes, feel free to use standard and neutral colors such black, tan and brown. They will all work well with a camouflage print. Since your camo pants are heavily printed, best to keep the rest of your outfit (including shoes) simple.  

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Photos by Nigel Guison

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