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Scouting Report:
Reporting for Duty

Military-inspired designs emerge on the front lines of fashion


Military-inspired designs emerge on the front lines of fashion

1. Artsy
Called into service: Tory Burch’s leather “Military Messenger” handbag features an adjustable shoulder strap and gold-tone studs etched with the designer’s logo. $475 at The Finicky Filly

2. Splurge
Break ranks with convention in handmade Italian leather boots by Marsell that boast open toes and asymmetrically carved wooden heels. $1,095 at Worthwhile

3. Hipster
Karlie’s faux leather vest gleams with tough-as-nails hardware for an edgy take on a soldier’s ornamental epaulet. $128 at Luna

4. Basic
525 America’s navy blue peacoat maintains maritime tradition while updating the classic style with cropped sleeves and brilliant gold buttons. $158 at Copper Penny

5. Exclusive
With the same shine as military medals of honor, this chain-link necklace by Angel Court is perfect for adding fashion-forward authority to uniform staples. $104 at II Brunettes




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