Join the Ranks of the Camo-Wearing Fashionistas

How to get the look without the Army-regulation buzz cut

When it comes to adopting the camouflage trend, we're thinking Goldie Hawn in Private Benjamin -- not Marlon Brando in Apocalypse Now. So, don't worry, we’re not going to tell you to ditch the high heels in favor of combat boots. Here's how to master the tough girl vibe and still look like a lady:

This Rag & Bone legging will scream "a-ten-hut!" as you walk down the street. With its gray, non-traditional camo print, the skinny jean gives the illusion of distressed denim ($220 at Barneys).

Who knew fatigues could be pretty? The Mini Camo Print Top by Whistles proves it's possible. This silk chiffon blouse features eyelet detail, short gathered sleeves and a subtle pattern, and would look fab with fall's tailored military-inspired jackets ($143.23 at Asos).

For toting your supplies, try B. Makowsky's Kimberly Convertible Satchel, which features a leopard print lining and lots of shiny hardware. It'll definitely blow your cover as a style soldier ($278 at Macy's). Or snag the look with a more affordable version, like the Wild Thing Belt Shopper from Kathy Van Zeeland ($89 at Macy's).

With a hint of glimmering gold, the Lame Camo Scarf from Forever 21 adds a feminine touch to any rough-and-tumble ensemble ($8.80 at Forever 21). Or for just a bit of ruggedness, cinch your waist with the Michael Michael Kors Pyramid-Stud Belt ($45 at Michael Kors).

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