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Camouflage prints go from military to mainstream

Updated: 2013-07-01T02:03:38Z


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Celebrities such as Miley Cyrus often rock trendy camouflage prints, which show up on jackets, tiny shorts and more. Lisa Boal, co-owner of Frankie & Jules Boutique in Overland Park, said she has had to reorder camouflage skinny jeans twice already this season.

To avoid looking like a hunter, Boal suggests wearing camouflage prints with simple and solid-colored partners. Black and army green are easy color matches. Those who want a more daring look should try brighter colors such as red and coral, she said.

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