Military jackets adorned with epaulettes cascaded down the catwalks at Balmain and Alexander Wang. However, the new take on the trend is a far cry from the navy textiles and brass button combo of past seasons. Instead, jackets in khaki hues are ubiquitous - both on the high street and in designer collections. Team an army-green military blazer with denim cut-offs, tuck in an oversized cream shirt, add Military booties and sling on a plaited-strap satchel. Incorporate swallow studs as a nod to the navy, and revel in the fact that you are totally on-trend in your military garb.  

Military Jacket - Joseph £450
Lace-back Shirt - Topshop £38
Denim Cut-offs - Siwy £121
Military Booties - Alexander McQueen £389
Satchel- Topshop £45
Swallow Studs - Miss Selfridge £3.50
Although it's arguably too early to be stocking up on winter attire, shearling aviator jackets - which were seen draped all over the Burberry models at London Fashion Week - are set to be big news this autumn. Every fashionista with an ounce of sense is scouring boutiques and online stores to score the 'it' jacket of next season. This Acne offering deviates from the typical tan and brown leather often associated with aviator jackets, and as such looks best paired with statement accessories - think lace-up ankle boots, a slouchy bag and a boyfriend watch. Vintage stores are also brimming with aviator-esque jackets, so if your budget is more Primark than Prada, there is still no excuse not to be sky high in the style stakes next season. 

Shearling Aviator Jacket - Acne £1,420
Silk Tee - 3.1 Phillip Lim £208
Lace-up Booties - Tory Burch £305
Black Jeggings - Current/Elliot £168
Crystal Watch - Michael Kors £375
Tote - Mulberry £595