Camo chameleon

Posted on 30 Sep 2016 at 6:00am

Urban fashion this fall boasts a distinctly disguised quality


White after Labor Day? You can get away with it, if it’s a snowy bomber jacket from The Idle Man.


Now they see, now they don’t in this selection of camouflage apparel and accessories designed to help you stand out while you blend in.

Bombers away. Wear white after Labor Day like a maverick with Alpha Industries’ stark snow-colored camo bomber jacket in a vintage fit that features a zip pocket on the sleeve; two-button-closure hand pockets; and ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. $193. Available at

Drop and give ‘em 20. Herschel Supply Co’s. Charlie Wallet in woodland camo helps you eliminate lopsided back-bugle from suit pants and skinny jeans with its slim, streamlined design that provides just enough space for an ID and a couple cards. $20. Available at

Precious cargo. Your EDM-festival fashion game gets lit like a glow stick in these leather laser-etched jogger-style cargo pants in shimmering silver from designer Daniel Won. $1,195. Available at

Private parts. Ditch your military-grade tighty-whiteys and prepare your troops for battle in the G.I.-inspired camo-print MeUndies available in boxer shorts, boxer briefs, trunks, and traditional briefs. $24. Available at

Bag drag. Show your support for America’s Armed Forces by turning old military uniform tops into functional, practical duffel bags complete with semi-leather sides and nylon-webbing handle from Military Apparel Company. $55. Available at

Tied & true. Camouflage goes formal — because who isn’t on the hunt when they’re lookin’ fly AF? — with this wool tie from The Hill-Side, a Brooklyn-based, brother-run company known for its blue collar-ish aesthetic. $124. Available at J.Crew.

Desert kween. You’ll turn more than a few high-and-tights during Fleet Week in Daniel Won’s laser-perforated Anthony camo tee made from genuine lambskin. $695. Available at

— Mikey Rox

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition September 30, 2016.

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