Trend Alert:
Glam Camo

Move over leopard print, there's a new contender in town that's vying for your attention. Get ready for camouflage to make its way into the style spotlight this season. From bags to outerwear, we've rounded up six stylish camo-print pieces perfect for making this military-inspired look part of your fall wardrobe.

Catching up with camo

Go beyond the basics and take your fall wardrobe to the next level with chic, camouflage-patterned pieces sure to turn heads this season.

1Camo-face watch

If you want to start off with a small dose of camouflage to see how you like this alternative to animal print, we suggest this camo-faced rubber watch by O'clock (, $30) with a cream colored band. Simple yet stylish, this casual timepiece offers a fresh alternative to other, more basic bracelets, bangles and cuffs.

Camo-face watch


2Sleek skirt

Give your office attire a serious style boost with this cute cotton camo skirt by Opening Ceremony with subtle gathering at the banded waist (Barneys, $345). We can see this eye-catching piece paired with black tights, rounded toe platform pumps and a fitted black T-shirt all topped off with a simple cropped cardigan for an effortlessly on-trend look.

Sleek skirt



3Smart satchel

Tote your everyday essentials with ease in this Michael Kors camouflage-patterned satchel with leather handles and a cut-out logo medallion on one side (Nordstrom, $348).We love the ample size (perfect for a day braving the urban jungle) and the fact this stylish satchel offers an easy way to incorporate camo into any outfit.

camouflage-patterned satchel

4Oversize top

We were instantly enamored with this loose-fitting camo print top from Brian Lichtenberg's ready to wear collection (Max & Chloe, $165). The oversize camouflage topper is perfect for pairing with skinny jeans or leggings and expertly balances comfort with a chic design. This piece is made to order so allow five to ten business days before shipping.

loose-fitting camo print

5Henley tank

Perfect for layering under everything from cardigans to blazers, we love this ultra-comfy camo print tank top (Victoria's Secret, $25) with a button-front and racer back. The soft jersey and fitted design make this fun and flirty tank top a must for adding interest to otherwise basic layers.

camo print tank

6Motorcycle jacket

Finding a jacket to transition from summer into fall isn't always easy. You need something just heavy enough to deal with the chill but not so heavy you overheat. This fitted Ralph Lauren camo jacket is perfect for those days that are just starting to turn crisp (Ralph Lauren, $198). We love the faded, vintage-style print, asymmetrical full-zip front and detachable faux fur trim along the collar.

Motorcycle jacket

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