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10 Military Inspired Fashion Trends | Mens Style Pieces With Army Heritage | Veteran's Day Tribute

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Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/military-menswear-clothing/ - Click Here to read the article - 10 Military Inspired Fashion Trends Are you ready to up your style? Click here for the BEST style course on the planet! https://thestylesystem.com/?utm_source=Youtube Video Summary: 0:38 - Wrist Watch 1:38 - Coats 3:05 - Combat Boots 4:05 - Aviator Sunglasses 4:49 - Turtleneck Sweater 5:27 - Cargo Pants 6:02 - Suit Jacket 6:53 - Belts & Suspenders 7:29 - Neckties & Scarves 8:05 - Cummerbund https://www.facebook.com/groups/rmrscommunity/ - Click HERE To Join our online Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/RealMenRealStyle/ - Like Us On Facebook! https://www.instagram.com/rmrstyle/ - Follow Us On Instagram https://twitter.com/rmrstyle - Tweet Us! https://www.pinterest.com/rmrstyle/ - Follow Us On Pinterest
Not albert Einstein (1 year ago)
how about shirt stay? is this from the military?
Christopher Wedemann (2 years ago)
You know, Antonio, I wear a sword on occasion. Yes, it's strange, but I feel comfortable with it. And it's legal where I live, so it doesn't really matter.
7hariharan (5 days ago)
Smart collection
Johnny Hauswirth (5 days ago)
0:15 That escalated quickly.
vikramaditya rawat (30 days ago)
Elton Wenger (1 month ago)
I just use a camo cargo jacket
super news (2 months ago)
Hindi me bol na
Gareth Havard (2 months ago)
The pockets on cargo pants is called a map pocket, military uniforms have larger map pockets than the civy alternative as they were designed to carry a folded map, suspenders were worn prior to millitary use and the suspenders worn by the soldiers is called webbing and is used to distribute the weight of ammunition and equipment, suspenders were usually worn by the soldiers underneath their jackets to hold their trousers up and webbing over their jackets
Simon Briggs (2 months ago)
My eyes sparkled when you drew that sabre! Could you do a demonstration? A little moulinet, perhaps? Absolutely inspiring! Style isn't just about clothes and accessories, but also we should consider the style of fencing. I myself never leave home without my langschwert.
Ponosan Hrvat (2 months ago)
Croat here...your welcome for neckties.
William Bosch (3 months ago)
steefan (4 months ago)
I carry a rapier sword whenever I wear a suit and tie.
Benderovitch (4 months ago)
Very interesting video. I was wondering about some of those facts for years. Thanks m8
alonzo calvillo (4 months ago)
Hey Antonio, FYI the buttons on your cuffs come from Napoleon.He saw that his soldiers were wiping their noses on their coat sleeves and to put a stop to that he ordered that buttons be put on the cuffs.Problem solved.
krishna chavan (4 months ago)
Buttons & cufflinks.
ascended fashy (4 months ago)
7:18 those aren't pouches, they're bandoleers. And braces (suspenders) predate that system by hundreds of years
publicpoet (4 months ago)
Where did the Tailcoat and Mess Dress come from? I know that Naval Officers wore Tailcoats way back, and we wear Mess Dress Blue/White for Formal Military functions. Thx.
Zulf Photography (5 months ago)
That was great "casually pulls out a sword and sets it aside."
xenoxols (5 months ago)
Duffel coats predate WW2 by almost 100 years. The British navvy started wearing them in the1850s and they were somewhat poplar in Europe for a time.
Kostas Gkoumas (5 months ago)
Camo in general. Not a particular type of clothing, but still it was popularised by the military
Darth Vader (5 months ago)
"1914, 1915, 1916 Trench warfare." You mean WWI, buddy?
Gautam Aggarwal (6 months ago)
You missed crew cut
Chris West (7 months ago)
the u.s. navy pea coat
King James (7 months ago)
Military inspired haircut
SmokeFan2014 (7 months ago)
Bomber Jackets!
Raymond abdon (7 months ago)
Military Style but your not wearing military dress.simple dress like Street fighter Guile
Tomahawk 6 (7 months ago)
Military clothes just feels amazing
Multi Meter (7 months ago)
As a military guy, I enjoyed this.
James McNary (7 months ago)
You know a lot about uniforms and you referenced USMC first. Are you a Marine?
M.S. Salgueiro (8 months ago)
Airman around the world may hold a grudge about your wrist watch theory.
TorcidaCro (8 months ago)
Cheers from Croatia, thank you for mentioning our invention of a tie.
TheIamfrustrated (8 months ago)
What about pâtés? Is there a way to pull that off without looking like a goof?
Adarsh Saraswat (8 months ago)
Military jackets... i love them.. plz tell something abt them... that wud b awsme
Adarsh Saraswat (8 months ago)
Sodomaniacs 1986 (9 months ago)
5:00 Das Boot 1984
gagan pani (9 months ago)
You missed Dog Tag necklaces!
The Lone Helljumper (9 months ago)
I’ve always also worn aviators on my face. ALWAYS, since middle school to present day. Never goes out of style.
The Lone Helljumper (9 months ago)
I’ve always been wearing military combat boots ever since high school. Not to mention dog tags. (Inside of course) There’s this certain something about thus style that suits me and my personality perfectly.
Rebel 804 (9 months ago)
1:01 the man on the bottom right looks familiar hmmmmmm (hint Jews)
Dosity Jones (9 months ago)
P Î S c E s (9 months ago)
I’m surprised he didn’t mentioned how combat boots became more of a normal thing in certain rock subcultures. Given how army surplus stores were relatively common in bigger cities, people stared wearing them and they’ve became a common thing ever since.
Baron Thomas (9 months ago)
anyone I see in camo or anyting that looks vaguely military I immediately identify as a poser
Sujit Aditya (9 months ago)
Subscribed! right after pulling the sword.
Anthony Sforza (10 months ago)
Also, if you look at the pleats in a cummerbund, they face upward be a use guys used to carry their theatre tickets.There's also underwear... As we know it, anyhow. I know you said not the tshirt, though it was one of the World Wars which separated the two and gave us the "under shorts/shirts." Due to that whole get up and go/mobility thing you were talking about.
4chan overlord (10 months ago)
*cough*cough B3 sheepskin jacket*cough
skidrowsux1977 (10 months ago)
this is a daft video. What about haute nazi couture?
Joseph Parsons (10 months ago)
Well put together
Amanda Garnett (11 months ago)
Vietnam era m65 field jacket 1967
Radicool Gaming (11 months ago)
LOl! Cummerbund! Sounds weird but it was derived from the hindi word kamar bandh which means something you tie at your waistline!
Haokip Goupu (11 months ago)
Really appreciate & learn from it alot. Well done
Syndid Morshed (11 months ago)
are you in marine
maxim (11 months ago)
KIXXEN walla (11 months ago)
Ninjas didn't wear black, they actually wore deep blue, purple and green when in disguise. But, they were also known to wear farming clothes. The reason for this is that they would blend in with civilians and could carry farming equipment that were also weapons.
jamxtube (11 months ago)
I would argue that practically ALL clothes worn by a well dressed man come from a military heritage. This comes down to two simple reasons; form(shape/structure) and function(purpose). Just as with any military uniform, a well dressed man always seeks to satisfy these same two goals. A well dressed man wants to look and feel "well put together" in order to evoke confidence as well as being appropriately outfitted for the occasion. I first began to realize the military heritage of a man's clothes as a child admiring my father's uniforms, boots and gear that he brought home after serving as a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne. Later during the mid 80's, as a young man, I read G. Bruce Boyer's book, "Elegance" which gave me even more context. At some point, every man learns that a job well done begins always with the right tools. And that's exactly what clothes are, tools. Whether we're going hiking, to a wedding, on a job interview or a formal occasion, chances are the best chosen clothes for the occasion already have a tried and true heritage that comes from a military application and tradition.
John Smith (11 months ago)
Cardigans, Wellington boots, the buttons on the cuffs of jackets was done by a German prince to stop his men from wiping their nose on the new jacket sleeves. As a side note the British redcoats come from the first professional British army of the new model,army from the British civil war. They were red because it was the cheapest strong dye that could be found.
SkepticalArachnist (1 year ago)
You didn't mention Dr. Martens...
hellfire films (1 year ago)
abhishek Rai (1 year ago)
nice vedio👌👌👌
avi hastodia (1 year ago)
Maybe dotage.
dayang mahamut (1 year ago)
nice sword tho.
Macca Smith (1 year ago)
did u know that the pom poms on the top of some beanies/winter hats come from a naval history of having pom poms on navy hats, so that while they were on large ships or aircraft carriers, it gave them a warning before hitting their head in the small corridors below deck. :)
Shoumik Adhikary (1 year ago)
The Cummerbund is actually pronounced' Kamar-bandh. Kamar meaning the waist, and bandh, mesning close.
Ed Morley (1 year ago)
What about camouflage 😂
Emmanuel Cepriano (1 year ago)
I notice a lot more officers are usually more in tune with their fashion than we enlisted. I figure being well put together is just something we Marines should just do in and out of cammies.
Tony Yip (1 year ago)
The G10 nato strap used by the armed forces are coming back. And are a common watch accessory these days.
muheeb muheeb (1 year ago)
leather gloves
boujee noodle (1 year ago)
I know I'm being picky lol but it's a saber. great vid
Lawson Laslo (1 year ago)
Theres not only a army there’s also a marines navy and airforce
ge rt (1 year ago)
I knew about the trench coat
SnideLmao (1 year ago)
I mean with jackets and the rise of streetwear you have to mention m-65s and m-59s. People love em
Ume no Saisho Daijin (1 year ago)
Is it OK to wear military surplus clothing I.e. a great coat as a civilian? So long as insignia, medals, chevrons etc. Are removed?
Budget Survival (1 year ago)
Spitfire jacket
Goose Tweezers (1 year ago)
Literally anything that came out of the Vietnam war
A P29 (1 year ago)
Cuff Bracelets, Rings, hats and so on
Julius Planetos (1 year ago)
Not really fashion but zippos
Bogey the Bear (1 year ago)
Another explanation for coat buttons on the right is that armor is worn with the left panels overlapping the right, to increase the chance of a lance or sword thrust slipping over the plates rather than getting caught in the gap. Men's clothing mimics this layering scheme and women's clothing is in the opposite way to set them apart.
Crusaderof God (1 year ago)
We can legally carry swords in Texas now, so it's good to make sure it's easiest to draw.
gonna guess some, aviators, bomber jackets, leather jackets, combat boots, uhhhhh I'm done
Bjorn Ronaldson (1 year ago)
Gloves, especially gauntleted gloves, the directly back to the days when men carried and used swords.
Alexandre Ferreira (1 year ago)
Pocket knives and zippo lighter.
John Bayani (1 year ago)
My buttons are on my left side
youngqueso (1 year ago)
I'm a new subscriber to your videos. This was extraordinarily insightful and entertaining. I'll be sure to forward the link. Thank you.
Zachary Galanopoulos (1 year ago)
This guy is very well spoken. I want to be like that.
Marek Suma (1 year ago)
He didn't mention Sam Browne belt, M-65 jacket nor the fact that the name for neck tie in many languages is derived from word "Croat". Origins of wardrobe - related names would take hours of video to cover. Also I doubt WWII pilots wore aviator glasses in combat - that's what goggles were for. Fliers wore aviator glasses on the ground to cover up pale skin around the eyes (pale from wearing goggles).
Nic-hol-ass Grain (1 year ago)
"Most of you aren't carrying swords now a days" Frickin savage
Virusalert7 (1 year ago)
Hi Antonio, just wanted to say awesome video and especially the drawing of the sword in the beginning 😂
Trey Black (1 year ago)
*Silent Service
Nicolas Lorenzen (1 year ago)
German Parkas?
yasiru jayasuriya (1 year ago)
I'm pretty sure the picture with the paratroopers was actually webbing it was and is used to hold ammunition and bayonets.
jake gray (1 year ago)
I'm in the army and we don't have to wear watches but idk how anyone could do any job in the army without it. also we usually wear the watch on our non firing hand and upside down, like having the watch part om the bottom of our wrist, so that when your holding our m4 or any other weapon we don't have to take our arms away from the weapon to see the time.
Neigh Slayer (1 year ago)
I'm wearing cargo pants right now.
EDC Adventures (1 year ago)
Would add the M65 Field jacket to the list. Field caps, the short square looking ones. Clothing colors such as olive drab or British khaki.
Scott Douglass (1 year ago)
Pea coats???
Lunch Box (1 year ago)
The field jacket seems like an obvious one.
Rick Ash (1 year ago)
Naval Pea jacket (coat) kinda like duffel coat. Not sure if they use these terms in North America. I am from an English back ground.
Jonathan Olakunle (1 year ago)
Nuckles The butcher (1 year ago)
Sir this was an incredibly well made video. Thank you.
Samuel Thomas (1 year ago)
gingercore69 (1 year ago)
Maybe its going too far back, but sandals have some military history too...
Come on Mate (9 months ago)
Riceball01 (9 months ago)
gingercore69 True, but back when it was standard issue mlitary footwear, pretty much everyone wore sandals.
Berets though

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