Following the last edit on the Camouflage look with the classic Army Greens here is a twist in the Tale with the Look with the BLUE FILTER.

Catch the previous story on the link……

Did you know that there are some very known clear adapted camo patterns . During my research I cam across this wonderful story on the 13 important pattern bylines that define most of the “camo prints” . A great read and super informative site on Menswear trends well known globally is Heddels.com. Check the link here complied by their great team,Β https://www.heddels.com/2015/01/understanding-camo-13-patterns-know/

CAMO BLUEThe starting point of deciding the look was based on the Jacket in USWoodland pattern from one of my shopping trails in Thailand at one of my favorite shopping haunts, Terminal 21 Mall. The store called Richee Rich is a great brand with some very trendy options for the dapper wardrobe, which is located on the entire Menswear floor. Teamed here with an overall Denim ensemble of Jeans & Overcoat , the look did become rather fun playing with the monochromatic Blue feel. The dark brown boots helped break the look and the square cut design of the front worked well for the effect.

Playing the look against the Dark Blue distressed denims, boots, aviator styled classic shades and to add the twist the turban scarf headgear wrap.

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Details: Denim Overcoat: Ravi Bajaj | Bomber jacket: Richee Rich |Denims: Diesel | Boots: KennethCole

Turban: H&M | Shades: JohnJacobs | Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Must say this shoot and style experiment was rather fun! What say you ?

AND DID YOU GET YOUR CAMO OUTFIT YET, share it with me and I will post it with mine as well……………………