Proof That Men’s Clothes Look Better on Women
Your guide to fall shopping
Need a little fashion inspiration this fall? Take a cue from the most stylish women in your life and try incorporating a few menswear-inspired pieces into your wardrobe. From sharp blazers to leather brogues, we bring you concrete proof that you can borrow from the boys…but still look every bit the lady.
Oversize Cotton Dress Shirts
The oldest boyfriend trick in the book works just as well today as it did in its '80s heyday.
Pantsuits are the gift that keeps on giving—especially in a chic slim cut. Wear the matching set for a streamlined look or as separates to complement your favorite blouses and skirts.
Fact: Slip-on dress shoes are at their best with a flash of ankle. Therefore, the ladies win this one again.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: 2016 is the year of the white sneaker. And thank goodness because it’s the only stylish shoe we can walk in for hours.
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Wear it open or cinch it with a belt, over a chunky sweater or a slinky dress, to the office or to the grocery store. It’s the most versatile coat you’ll ever own.
Play it safe with a black (or navy) topper that goes with everything. Or spice it up with a printed piece that makes a statement.
The bigger the blazer, the more layering options you’ll have through the winter.
Give your leather moto a break and try an equally stylish bomber instead. It lends an unexpected edge to pretty much any outfit. (And, yes, you can absolutely update the color.)
SHEARLING BOMBER JACKETS
On that note, you could also up the ante (and warmth factor) with some shearling lining.