Origin and Etymology of camo
First Known Use: 1980See Words from the same year
Recent Examples of camo from the Web
Case in point: the brand-new camo coffee sleeves, available now at select Starbucks locations.
Dark-bearded and muscular, the research ecologist sports a uniform of blue work clothes, sturdy boots and a floppy, Army-style camo hat.
David Clarke, the Milwaukee sheriff who was then reportedly under consideration for a homeland security job, hung out at the bar in camo shorts.
Just say that last part out loud, then gird yourself again: Kim is no stranger to boundary-pushing fashion, but if camo Bermuda shorts are a hard sell on a Kardashian, not sure if this style deserves to get new legs.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner's new collection is also full of two-pieces and high-cut one-pieces, all in eye-catching brights and neons, classic whites and blacks, and the aforementioned camo print.
Sure, the idea of camo isn’t novel or unique, but those specific looks by Plugged NYC certainly were.
The top-selling suit for Eloquii is a wrap halter, one-piece suit in pink and blue camo print, Arnold said.
Other items, like the camo camp cap (a tongue twister of a product description) is listed on Grailed for $700, while the all-over print hoodie—which retailed for $935—sees after market prices between five and seven thousand dollars.
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First Known Use of camo
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