Fashion icons such as Marlene Dietrich, Katherine Hepburn or Annie Hall they have transmitted desired is a woman dressed as a man, and every time we see them inevitably as inspiration from fashion editorials. And this season autumn/winter 2011 / 2012 designers return to give a new twist to a trend that is always well received (at least for my part).
Male trend on runways
Dolce & Gabbana have embraced this fall the male suits, oxfords shoes and vests tailor, looks that alternate in gateway with its ultra feminine woman of breaks and tears. So they cover all fronts and become more public, with the crisis already knows…
Other gateways as Jason Wu, Tommy Hilfiger, Paul Smith or Chanel they have adapted the coats, jackets or male shirts so that any woman can have your male garments without having to dock the wardrobe of your girlfriend. If as a child you had soul tomboy and odiabas the bows, this is your chance to get you back.
Male trend on the streets
The ying and the yang, man or woman, mixtures are the best opportunity to succeed in fashion and most stylish women know it. A wide-brimmed hat, a shirt, some moccasins, a few flat booties or a haircut to the garcon and already you’re sure snapshots of streetstyle hunters aim.
Building a masculine wardrobe
Apart from removing the clothes our boyfriends and husbands (something that we love but they hate), the shops offer us many possibilities to create the perfect masculine wardrobe. I love the coats and oversize, type Tuxedo jackets, shirts tied up top and lace-up shoes. In your closet to fit many more male clothing them that believe, as it shows us Zara.
Mango retrieves the three-piece suits with vest for a gangster years 20 renovated and refined look, that look chic and professional work.
ASOS also gives us ideas for these outfits: pants clips, blazers, biker boots, etc..
And in The Outnet they have up to a special section crossing the Womenswear with the male to achieve the look with reduced-price luxury brands.