1 Item, 3 Ways: The Military Jacket

ATTENNNN-TION! If there’s one thing I make sure I always have on-hand in my closet, it’s a military jacket. And, let me tell you, mine get a lot of wear throughout the year. Utilitarian fashion has been popular for years and I’m so glad that this trend is here to stay. Lightweight utility jackets are perfect for summer (and pretty much all of the four seasons) but their versatility doesn’t stop at seasonality—they can be styled in so many different ways too! Here are three different ways you can wear a military jacket this summer.

military jacket: red jacket

Go, Team, Go

The next time you head to your niece’s t-ball game or go to the bar to cheer on your favorite team, try this sporty casual outfit with a red utility jacket. Paired with a simple tee and destroyed denim, your look will feel laid back and easygoing. Hoops and a baseball cap make for casual accessories that tie everything together.

 

military jacket: grey jacket

I Woke Up Like This

You know those occasions where you want to look good but also don’t want to look like you tried too hard? Think bowling with friends, a second date, drinks with the in-laws—you get the picture. This outfit is perfect for those scenarios. A cool gray utility jacket looks great when layered over a simple tank while the flannel button-down tied around your waist keeps you on-trend.

 

military jacket: tan jacket

All Dolled Up

Having the versatile military jacket in a camel hue makes it easy to pair with any outfit. When you go out for a night on the town, reach for this neutral jacket to keep you warm when the sun sets. Add a pop of animal print and trendy accessories like cat-eye sunglasses and fringe earrings for a little extra glam.

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Jenn Wang
Written by Jenn Wang
I’m a die-hard Midwestern gal living in the pursuit of a vibrant life. That means I’m hustlin’ hard while not taking life too seriously, staying active while eating as many French fries as I darn well please, and traveling the world while staying loyal to my Midwestern roots.