How to wear a masculine-feminine style?

When menswear-inspired fashion meets feminine silhouettes.
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Famous couturier Yves Saint Laurent introduced, what can be probably called masculine tailoring, back in 1966 when he created a women tuxedo suit. This was a truly revolutionary event in the world of fashion, and exactly 50 years later this style is extremely popular on social media.

What is it?

Blending masculine shapes with feminine silhouettes creates modern, yet effortlessly chic style women around the globe wear day-to-night.

Think basic garments such as a biker jacket, trouser suit, oversized shirt, tailored coat and Chelsea boots. These simple wardrobe staples are a perfect way to blend two very different styles into a fashion-forward look that can easily take your 9 to 5 style to the next level.

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How to wear it?

The key is to find the right balance between style and functionality. Menswear inspired clothes can definitely be fashionable, however, you don’t want to lose all the feminine elements of your everyday dressing. 

Although black and white is the most common combo, you can add a splash of colour to your outfit or play around with accessories. Use a chic belt to emphasise your waist or a cute fashionable bag to make a statement. 

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Keep it looking stylish by opting for a classic coat or a black blazer paired with ankle boots or chic poited pumps. 

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