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Listen, commander! Omar Adam's look that you want to adopt Israel today

2022-11-30T11:52:46.434Z

The successful singer, along with the model Barr Brimer and Koral Simenovich, successfully demonstrate a combination of military items in casual blocks • Here's how to do it yourself, without looking like soldiers



There are old trends, which pop up once in a while, and remind us of the forgotten.

The trend of combining military items in blocks was and always remains relevant, especially in a country where there is a conscription obligation, and olive uniforms are part of our daily routine.

Last week, an Israeli woman who came across a chali sweater for sale in a second-hand store in Milan reminded us of being forgotten, and we decided to prepare a guide on the subject for you, so that you don't look like soldiers. Still, we've passed the age of 18 a long time ago.

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The singer Omer Adam demonstrates wonderfully how to wear an olive-colored t-shirt, without it looking like the tank top that you put under your uniform.

The best thing about the shirt is the small black print that distinguishes it from the military shirts.

In addition, he chose an oversized cut, and the styling with the necklace and sunglasses completes the look in a successful way, which gives a subtle urban wink to the uniform and not too much.

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How will you adopt the look?

If you choose an olive-colored shirt, try to choose one that has elements that distance it from the military style - a V-neck at the neck, a print or buttons can do the job.

Of course, accessories will greatly upgrade the look in such a case.

Olive green shirt, with V key, Lee Cooper, photo: Ofer Hajeev

Olive green shirt with print, Sketchers, photo: Ofer Hajeev

The model Barr Brimmer also adopted the trend, and managed to wear two items in a military look, without looking like a soldier.

He wore a camouflage print jacket inspired by the American military, combined with a matching hat and a white T-shirt.

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How will you adopt the look?

We usually recommend combining only one military-inspired item in the look, but you can follow Brimmer's method, and choose military-inspired items that are not identified with the IDF uniform, so the combination can work.

Items in military camouflage print, Adika, photo: Simon Elmelam

Olive-colored DGMH pants are very reminiscent of uniform pants, so you should make sure to combine them with items that are not related to the military.

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How will you adopt the look?

It is recommended to choose pants that are not military cut.

In terms of the shirt, you should stay away from the white t-shirt that is associated with the army, and choose a shirt or knit of a different color.

A button down shirt would also work great in this case.

Olive green pants, Barashka, photo: Foreign Relations

Olive green jeans, Renoir, photo: Adi Shanfik

If you chose to wear an olive-colored knit, we recommend taking the look in the urban direction, which does not resemble a uniform.

How will you adopt the look?

We recommend choosing a knit with a cut that will be different from the IDF sweater, and a neck opening that will be wide so as not to mention the familiar hook opening. A combination of green knit with jeans will take the look a step further, and the connection between you and the soldiers will be absolutely coincidental.

A tailored jacket in a military style can be a good option for incorporating the trend into your wardrobe, without looking like it was taken off the shelf.

Boomer coat in olive green, Timberland, photo: foreign public relations

Tailored jacket in military style, Goulberry, photo: Lior Kasson

How will you adopt the look?

Combine the jacket with various items that do not mention the army, choose an item with pockets and buttons, and thus you will create a sophisticated look with a slight allusion to the army.

The puffy teddy coat is also associated with the army, and it's totally fun to adopt it in the winter.

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How will you adopt the look?

Look for a coat that comes with fashionable additions - fur in the hat, various patches, additional elements such as gold chains and even a belt.

Puffy jacket in green, mango color, photo: foreign public relations

Olive green reminds you of the hard days in the army?

You are not alone, and we suggest drawing inspiration from foreign armies, which will allow you to be a part of the trend, without remembering the terrible order you made in the pouring rain.

How will you adopt the look?

A trench coat with epaulettes that are intended for an army beret, can provide a solution in this case, provided you don't decide to put a beret or an old beret there.

Of course, even in this case we would recommend combining the coat with items from other styles, so as not to create too much of an army connotation.

Trench coat with epaulettes, turtleneck, photo: Bar Shreer

Love the military style, but disapprove of olive green clothes?

We recommend you choose accessories or military style shoes, which will give you the perfect answer.

How will you adopt the look?

A hat with camo print is the most appropriate answer in our opinion.

It will give off a military vibe, and still be far enough from the original that you can feel comfortable with it.

And of course we won't forget the high military boots, which in the winter season are the perfect item.

Black boots with laces in a military style, like the well-known Dr. Martins boots, will fit into a variety of looks, and give a military touch.

Cap in a campolage print, Skechers, photo: Ofer Hajeev

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Source: israelhayom

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