For the troops: 20 of the coolest camo print and military jackets

When camo jackets started to be stocked in some of fave clothes stores and on the backs of some of the coolest street bloggers, I knew I had to know more about this trend. They were grungy, super cool and had full attention so I started trawling the internet for different types of military jackets - the anorak, the parka and the camo vest. I liked what I saw but wasn't entirely convinced.

What would I wear it with? Would it fit in with my wardrobe? Could I pull off this trend?

I continued this debating until one day while I was shopping it hit me smack bang in the face. Literally, I wasn't looking where I was going and I walked into the rack of jackets. It was a camouflage anorak and it was beautiful. Plus it was cheaper than the fur coat I had been eyeing off so my decision was clearly made for me. I took my baby home and have been wearing it ever since. It goes with many things in my wardrobe and is the perfect throw over jacket for those cold days at uni.

So, if you are anything like me and are currently debating whether or not to take the plunge, firstly I say go for it! But if you need a little more, I've got you covered. I have piled 20 of the coolest camouflage prints and military style jackets to sway you in the right direction.

Image courtesy of Caroline E @

What is your fave camo style jacket? Tell us in the comments below!


  • Chessor says:

    A great staple for winter

  • Sylwia says:

    I love the Khaki Parka!!! I have two already and use them all the time! There great casual looking jacket but not too heavy like a coat, perfect for going to the shops or work. I feel so warm when I have it on, best part if you can dress it up or down and it still looks greats :)

  • thecatwhosawstars says:

    Yep khaki and camo parka’s are totally wikkid!

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