For a more casual look, you can keep your jacket unzipped, but if you get cold, it still looks cute zipped up with a flap that folds over to conceal the zipper.
c/o Nambe Ring
I also mixed my metals with this Nambe ring in these outfits below, to give you an example of how you can easily do that:
Ivory Swing Tank | Ivory Corduroy Skinny Pants | Peep Toe Booties | Sunglasses | Military Jacket | Hoop Earrings | Fringe Necklace | Gold Watch | Faux Leather Reversible Tote | Plaid Infinity Scarf
Plaid Infinity Scarf
Of course, military jackets go particularly well with blue jeans too. You can do a neutral look like I did below with a tan sweater and brown over-the-knee boots. This pair is on sale 25% off.
Or a colored top, like this darker purple with a statement necklace and tan knee-high boots. #hibabybelly!
Earlier this year, when the weather cooled for a minute, I wore my military jacket with a black cold shoulder top, bootcut jeans, and black heels.
Or you can add a pop of red with a bold lip and plaid scarf with your favorite black and white striped top.
Similar Striped Top | Similar Plaid Scarf (Girls’ department!)