Three Ways To Wear Army Green Pants

This military staple has infiltrated modern, urban style.

We’ve partnered with fashion and design blogger Sarah Sherman Samuel for styling tips and insights on some of her favorite pieces.

Green pants were once the provenance of the armed forces, but they’re making their way into the nation’s stores in a big way. For good reason, too: they lay a perfect foundation for a stylish but laid-back vibe. This pair takes it a step further with a little slouch, and these three looks dress up the military-inspired pant while still connecting with my inner tomboy. 



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Look 1: The Right Amount Of Slouch

A simple, loosely tucked in button down shirt creates a look that is casual from top to bottom. But to keep things from looking sloppy, the gold bracelet and peep toe ankle boot balance it out and add just a hint of polish. 


Army Pants and Overcoat

Look 2: Weekend Style

Pair these pants with a basic white V-neck tee for an all-day, everyday kind of look that’s perfect for the weekends. It’s low-key, comfortable, and will carry you easily from relaxing around the house to brunch or running errands. Before you leave, throw on a long overcoat, which you can keep casual by leaving un-buttoned, or belt up for a sleeker look. 


Army Pants and Tunic

Look 3: A Soft Touch

Streamline these slouchy pants with a long sweater tunic, leopard ankle boots, and some gold jewelry. When in doubt, you can always add a touch of leopard—it’s a versatile pattern that goes with almost anything.