At-ten-tion! This spring saw a whole host of military-inspired looks marching down the runway, from Marc Jacobs's utilitarian garb (read: so many pockets) to band jackets with soldier-worthy brass buttons at Gucci. Whether you go for an updated take on the classic army jacket or opt for a maritime-feeling A-line skirt, consider these pieces part of your new uniform.
The studs provide all the ammo this shoe needs to look dangerously sexy.
Giuseppe Zanotti sandals, $950; saks.com
A chic topper to jeans, rain or shine.
Isabel Marant poncho, $445; matchesfashion.com
Pair it with a silky button-down, tucked in for the office.
Kenzo skirt, $494; mytheresa.com
Way more elegant and streamlined than your usual army jacket.
Zara army jacket, $100; zara.com
The built-in belt takes a bomber to fashionable new levels.
Sacai Luck jacket, $868; farfetch.com
Simply classic shades, whether you're on-duty or off .
Ray-Ban aviators, $145; jcrew.com
The flared leg gives a slightly '70s vibe, so consider this a spring trend twofer.
Short-sleeved jumpsuit, $60; hm.com
The prettiest way to state your name.
Jennifer Fisher necklace, $275; netaporter.com
Wear it over a turtleneck until the temps rise.
Topshop dress, $68; topshop.com
All the laid-back appeal of cargo pants without any bulky pockets.
Nili Lotan cargo pant, $288; intermixonline.com
So much sleeker than a canvas fanny pack.
Time's Arrow belt bag, $250; shopbop.com