People who want to wear olive drab but don’t know what shade suits them best—ASSEMBLE! With their 4494 Patchwork Military Surplus Jacket and 1819 Patchwork Military Surplus Pants, Studio D’Artisan has successfully brought something new to the table in the realm of reproduction fatigues.
Mixing details from WWII like laurel wreath buttons and HBT fabric, all the way to the Vietnam War with jungle cloth fabric and fatigue-esque silhouettes, both garments serve as a wearable reminder of the evolution of military field clothing. Oh, and they look really cool. Let’s explore that bit. Y
Patched/franken-stuff has been pretty popular for a while but its pieces like these that will keep the trend rolling strong. If you feel like ordinary fatigues are a little too cosplay or well ….drab, these are a twist that will give your outfit some subtle flair—that ‘double-take’ drip if you will. Attempts to wear both pieces at once apparently result in automatic enrollment in the military or full ride to Fashion Institute of Technology so proceed with caution.
Available from $195 at Okayama Denim