Flint and Tinder just released a new Fatigue Collection. It features vintage-inspired combat garments one would have seen on soldiers in an era like the 1960s.
Today we’re putting together an outfit with the army green Fatigue Jacket. Its made from a durable cotton/spandex blend and is designed with two front chest pockets and two side hand pockets. This jacket will be perfect to wear during spring weather.
What to Wear with An Army Fatigue Jacket
We’re grabbing a pair 365 Pants from Flint and Tinder—at this point, we might as well just call them “Ol’ Reliable.” They’re incredibly durable and they’ve got a great tapered cut that provides room to move while also staying slim.
For the top, a classic blue oxford shirt from Todd Snyder. It’s made with 100% cotton and manufactured in Portugal. Simply put, it’s a shirt that will become softer and look better with age. What’s cool about wearing an oxford in a casual outfit like this is it gives you a level of protection (like sun rays and weather elements), and it gives you versatility in staying.
On the feet, a pair of sleek Astroflex leather boots. These puppies were handmade in Northern Italy by a family that has been crafting footwear for six generations. 100% natural rubber soles are outfitted to provide supreme comfort when walking.
And last we’ve got a Shinola Runwell Quartz. The 39.5mm watch is outfitted with an Argonite 705 quartz movement and features water resistance of up to 5 ATMs. Our favorite feature is the beautiful matte blue dial. It’s a subtle detail that will catch anyone’s attention when seen up close.
Flint and Tinder Fatigue Jacket
Todd Snyder Blue Oxford Shirt
Flint and Tinder 365 Pant – Tapered
Shinola The Runwell Automatic
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