10 Military Inspired Fashion Trends | Mens Style Pieces With Army Heritage | Veteran’s Day Tribute




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10 Military Inspired Fashion Trends | Mens Style Pieces With Army Heritage | Veteran’s Day Tribute

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  1. In regards to stocks, cravats, etc.
    Long neckwear could also be used as a bandage in the event of accident or injury. It's why it's part of the traditional costume in horse and hound hunting.

  2. Learnt some cool things here! It would be great if someone could CGI a light sabre onto your sword haha! Just a thought, I was under the impression that wrist watches were more developed from aviation as pilots found it cumbersome to look at their pocket watches whilst flights. I know Patek Philippe were early pioneers and Cartier. Just wondering if this pre-dates trench warfare or if it happens to be one of these things that was happening simultaneously. Great vid tho.

  3. Hola Antonio…very interesting video…I am one of your fans from Colombia….I want to ask you what is the brand of your blue suit jacket?…thanks a lot and greetings

  4. Combat jackets! They're a great casual piece, I just picked up a late 1970s Italian Army field jacket from a thrift store the other day dirt cheap. They're easy to find, fantastic looking and great to pair with other casual clothes, as well as really cheap.

  5. Great intro! When I was in the Marine Corps on duty in the fall or winter, wearing a sweater in service bravos was authorized. I rock that style now and I have seen it here and there, but not often around here. A sweater with a collar shirt gets great responses! I don't know if that is military history, initially, but I took it from MY military history.

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