Friday, 4 November 2016

5 Days, 5 Ways: How Celebs Are Rocking Camouflage

ESC: 5 Days, Rihanna
Whether you want to stand out or blend in, this trend makes for the perfect fall staple.
If you hadn't noticed, camouflage has become Hollywood's best unkept secret. Celebs are showing the versatility of the print by applying their individual style. Whether it's paired with chic accessories or casual pieces, camouflage adds a dangerously cool color palette to any outfit.

ESC: 5 Days, Gabrielle Union
Almost Christmas star Gabrielle Union takes this trend one step farther with stripes. She paired her camouflage cargo pants with an embellished, black-and-white striped Marc Jacobs sweater. Keep them guessing by mixing your camouflage pants with stripes and elevating the look with a pair of pumps.
ESC; 5 Days, Beyonce
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It's not easy for Beyoncé to blend in, but this Ivy Park Camo Jacquard Luxe Parka makes for a good attempt. Comfortable, warm and chic, this oversized, versatile jacket is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe. Pair it with a baseball cap and a heeled bootie to complete the look.
ESC: 5 Days, Lily Aldridge
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Do not mess with Lily Aldridge. The star takes it to the streets in a camouflage tee, black jeans, bomber jacket and leather belt. Pair these tough pieces with a heeled boot for a feminine touch.
ESC: 5 Days, Rihanna
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Want a more relaxed look? Rihanna pairs her camouflage pants with leather sandals, a tank top and an oversized sweater. For an edgier look, she adds thick hoop earrings, a choker and a hair scarf on top of her beautiful locks. If you're traveling during the holidays, this look makes the perfect airport ensemble.
ESC: 5 Days, Elsa Hosk
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Victoria's Secret angel Elsa Hosk pairs her camo jacket with jeans and flats. But, her jacket would also look great with a leather mini skirt and boots. Get the angel in disguise's look by adding a killer red lip for a pop color.
It's camouflage, so by definition, it's adaptable.

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