Update your autumn look with these six military-inspired designs

From casual shirts to elegant outerwear, following new military-inspired menswear pieces bring a much-needed versatility to autumn fashion.

By Gabrielle Levy 29/03/2017

From casual shirts to elegant outerwear, the following new military-inspired menswear pieces by such top-end designers as Burberry, Dries Van Noten, and Dior Homme bring a much-needed versatility to autumn fashion.

Burberry

A military-green cotton trench like this dapper style from Burberry, $US2295 (about $A3020) is a wardrobe essential. (burberry.com)

Polo Ralph Lauren

This Polo Ralph Lauren distressed jacket made of waxed oilcloth, $US595 (about $A780) is sure to replace your go-to moto jacket. (ralphlauren.com)

Dior Homme

You don't have to be in the trenches to wear this nylon-and-cotton trench coat, $US3100 (about $A4075) by Dior Homme, available in stores only. (diorhomme.com)

Dries Van Noten

Dries Van Noten's simple army-green cotton shirt, $US420 (about $A550) can be worn through autumn, winter, and spring. (Available through mrporter.com)

Paul Smith

A pair of slim-fitting cotton trousers, $US400 (about $A525) from Paul Smith that easily go from day to night with the right shirt and shoes. (paulsmith.co.uk)

Moncler Gamme Bleu

This camouflage-print shell-and-down overshirt, $US1525 (about $A2005), from Moncler Gamme Bleu is a must-have to keep you warm and on-trend this season. (Available through mrporter.com)

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