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Soldier girl vibe: Wear your camo prints like these fashionistas.
So, after posting my first #ootd here where I donned by very first camo print tee, I got in the mood to trawling Lookbook for other fun camo style ideas because we all know there are a variety of methods to approach wardrobe organizing that it’s always fun to see how the rest of the world is channeling their soldier girl vibe.
I also realized that in my neck of the woods (countryside Malaysia), there are not too many people wearing camo prints for fashion unless they’re actually in the military. I’ve seen a few guys clad in their soldier gear and they are literally real-life soldiers which made me wonder if people confuse me as a soldier but that’s a bit funny to think because when I was in high school back in the olden days, a few people did mention that I walked like I was marching. I just laughed it off but obviously, I felt a bit weird for a bit. Until I decided to take it as a compliment.
Anyway, my random piece of rant aside, let’s eyeball the looks below and find exciting ways to incorporate camo prints in our wardrobe. I acknowledge that this army-inspired print is often worn in the Autumn but since I’m all about wearing whatever you like whenever and that Malaysia has no 4 distinct seasons, then let’s scroll down, shall we?
How To Make A Camo Print Fashion Statement?
Which look gets you feeling excited to wear camo prints? Share below – I’d love to know!
PS: Check out how I personally wore my inner soldier out here, if you haven’t already and tell me what you think!
“Do stuff. Be clenched, curious. Not waiting for inspiration’s shove or society’s kiss on your forehead. Pay attention. It’s all about paying attention. Attention is vitality. It connects you with others. It makes you eager. Stay eager.” — Susan Sontag
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