Trend Gallery: Military Gone Major

There's been a surplus of military-inspired looks this season. And with all its variations from army greens, to naval stripes and officers coats, there's plenty of pieces to dress to your own tune.

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There's been a surplus of military-inspired looks this season. Need Supply's slightly sheer mohair sweater in classic army taupe offers a feminine take on the trend. ($98 at Need Supply)
We're smitten with the utilitarian feel of Burberry's military officer coat and the way it contrasts against a leather waist-cinching belt. ($1495 at Net-a-Porter)
Nothing like a swingy cape to add a bit of kick to your march. ($190 at Topshop)
The army green anorak is showing up everywhere this season. Urban Outfitter's version, made with slub-knit organic cotton, is soft enough to wear as a light indoor hoodie. ($68 at Urban Outfitters)
The military's answer to the jegging (if only it were part of standard uniform). $88 at J. Crew
This sexy canvas skirt is the perfect mix of masculine/feminine. Toughen it up with a belt or some heavy-duty jewelry. ($96 at Need Supply).
Military looks are having a moment, but stripes in general are here to stay. We especially adore the sequined epaulets, which make this sweater a fantastic option for both day and night. (AKA New York sweater, $279 at Les Nouvelles)
A vintage military travel pouch is an easy fix for this season's top trend, not to mention a cool replacement for your tired old tote. ($45 at Mohawk General Store)
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Feminine and fuss-free, Rag & Bone's silk dress brings a dose of softness to orderly dressing. ($264 at Bergdorf Goodman)
Storm through the streets in these perfectly worn-in suede boots embellished with studs. ($255 at All Saints)
Brass button details and a girly bow make this cardigan a cozy salute to classic military dressing. ($200 at Net-a-Porter)
Form and function from (we especially love the cool, adjustable leather straps) heritage brand, Belstaff. ($450 at Barneys)
Stylish and sturdy, these knee-high boots are perfect for late-afternoon country jaunts, or simply kicking around downtown. ($299 at Via Spiga)
Channel Amelia Earheart with Burberry's aviator-inspired cropped slacks. ($295 at Net-a-Porter)
Pair this cropped topper with just about anything—a dress, jeans and a tee, even a lacy camisole for a daring contrast. ($242 at ASOS)
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