Dot Camo Collection

MIL-STD-09-6-2012

A collaboration between Japanese labels The Contemporary Fix and Swagger:

 

The camo pattern is British woodland.   The polka dots make this collection less wearable in my opinion, but I suppose that’s probably part of the allure for a lot of people.  Something this obscure is bound to turn some heads and make a statement.

Available for purchase over at Magaseek where the shorts are ¥21,840 ($280 USD), Jacket is ¥43,890 ($560 USD), vest ¥22,890 ($292), and cropped pants are ¥26,040 ($332).

What do you guys think?  Head to toe camo a good look for fall?  If not would you at least cop one of these items to wear as an accent piece?

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Joe D September 6, 2012 at 05:50 pm

Shorts are cool, but that price is way out of my league

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ENDO-Mike September 7, 2012 at 03:33 am

You’re the first comment Joe! Exciting! (for me anyway haha)

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Danger September 7, 2012 at 02:06 am

Fashion for me (not much) entails either the top our bottom being a more solid color with either a design or more exciting color. Camo pants with a solid color shirt for example. Full camo designer outfit may be pretty stylish for the most trendy or early adopters, but not for the masses. Tl;dr nah.

Also, as long as you don’t do less updates to ENDO, this will be cool. Expand your reader base

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ENDO-Mike September 7, 2012 at 03:32 am

ENDO definitely will not suffer! I created this blog because I look at all this stuff anyway, and the commentary goes on in my head. I figured why not put it down in post form like I do with ENDO and see if anyone cares haha.

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Danger September 7, 2012 at 03:55 am

Me drunk gusta. Okay endo Mike! I support ye!

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Olly September 7, 2012 at 11:51 am

Hi. I love the camo pattern. As a British soldier I am sad to see it replaced with multicam as is happening currently. In my opinion the dots are disgusting. Ps the pattern is called “woodland DPM” (disruptive pattern material)

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ENDO-Mike September 7, 2012 at 12:21 pm

Multicam seems to be taking over everywhere (including fashion)! Oh well I guess whatever works best in the field.

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Church September 7, 2012 at 05:38 pm

Not my style or price range, but the camo is cool.

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