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Fashionista NOW: Menswear Inspired Fashion For Women

Women’s fashion has been pulling out inspiration from men’s collective wardrobes for ages. As lines between gender blur fashion-wise, women are greeted with the best of both worlds as menswear-inspired fashion gets under the spotlight this year.

Clothing of dapper gents with its trademark clean lines, timeless silhouette and all-round no-nonsense loose structure seems to be where it’s at this year as ladies put away frilly girly pieces for a much more androgynous wardrobe.

As of late, androgynous chic is the go-to style for ladies who aren’t afraid to work a powerful mannish style while keeping it ladylike in other ways.

This can be done subtly done by way of adornments in the form of jewelry while keeping the rest of the outfit completely manly. Or by contrast pairing of a manly piece together with a girly one. For example, by teaming a masculine pinstripe collared top with a feminine pencil skirt in the same hue and finishing off with oxford boots.

Menswear clothing that have slowly moved into women’s territory include structured blazers and jackets, ties, bomber jackets, business pants, serious shoes like oxfords and brogues, loose crewneck tees and sweaters, and pinstripe button-downs.

Wonder how to wear a menswear-inspired outfit that puts the dude in your duds? Look nowhere but below.

Are you keen on this menswear-inspired trend for women? Have you ever tried giving your wardrobe a mannish vibe? Do you think that it’s a little too dudely for your liking? Share below!

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