ATTENTION! How to Incorporate Military Touches into your Look

ATTENTION! How to Incorporate Military Touches into your Look


Last weekend–wait, was it last weekend?–I went on a date to see Lincoln with my parents. You guys know that I’m a bit of a history geek on the low so you can imagine I was excited for numerous reasons. And then I get in theater and found myself being distracted by something completely random: the men in their military garb.

I’m serious. The way the jackets hit just so on the hips with their pants tucked into, get this, over-the-knee-boots made me want to try and recreate this look for myself. But, you know, as a girly civilian kind-of obsessed with wearing men’s clothing. So I headed to my new favorite place, Macy’ to see how I could incorporate military touches into my wardrobe.

I like the idea of wearing a military blazer over a skater dress with rugged, masculine riding boots. Too keep things from looking too costume-y, like you legit think you’re one of General George Gordon’s Meade’s (wo)men, a top knot, red lips and lashes that pop give the look more of a fashion edge.

Speaking of Macy’s, I want to thank you all for your kind words via Twitter and Instagram as I shared snapshots of what was going on behind the scenes in New York as I filmed a segment for their #SavvyShopper campaign. It was a long day but being with fun ladies like Hallie, Ashley and Tammy made the time fly by. I mean, the picture below is pretty indicative of our time together. Granted we were all at least 5 cups of coffee in but hey:

Left to Right: Ashley, Tammy, Me, Robert from Glam, Bianca from Glam, Hallie

I can’t wait to share more from the shoot. Ashley there is wearing a military jacket, isn’t that cute?? What are you feelings on military touches? Yay or nay?

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p.s. Compensation was provided by Macy’s via Glam Media.  That’s a true story about me being obsessed with the men and their over-the-knee-boots. Don’t judge me.