Femininity is still one of those coveted looks – lest we forget. But, all of a sudden the brogue, desert boot and loafer have become fashion staples. In a time when androgynous models are strutting their stuff, this comes as now surprise. Back in the day, pink was for girls. Long ago, there were set gender distinctions in fashion. The biggest change in fashion is the loss of gender-specific looks.
In terms of women’s men style, remember the blazer, the white short, the rolled up pants… sounds like a catalogue for men’s resort style! Inspiration for fashion can come from anywhere. Even 50s dresses sudden resurgence can be attributed to Mad Men. So, looking at the opposite gender sounds pretty normal sartorially speaking.
The key to emulate male trends and not actually look like a man is to jazz up brogues with a cute skirt. Take key male pieces and accessorize to make sure you look gender-apt and comfortable rocking a different style.