In honor of the Autumn/Winter 2012 menswear collections that just graced runways around the world, I thought I'd write about masculine inspired looks for women.  Fashion outlets everywhere are bombarding women with images of androgynous models and clothes to match, as well as, snapshots of celebrities and socialites frolicking strutting around wearing the pants.  Some of you may be wracking your brains thinking, "How can I best achieve 'the look'?" without dare I say, appearing butch too masculine.  Yeah, that's right...the (sometimes) feared, only whispered "b" word.  SHUT.YOUR.MOUTH.

Let's start with basics and later this week, I'll bring you a few masculine inspired looks that won't get you mistakenly called, 'sir'.

Why not go for the subtle approach?  I say borrow, but thou shalt not steal.

Bag by Bracher Emdenclick image above to be redirected to The White List blog post about this bag

Cuff links by Tiffany & Co.; Blouse by Patterson J. Kincaid

Shoes by 7 For All Mankind; Pants by Current/Elliot

Hat by rag & bone; Top by Ellery

Jacket by Ralph Lauren (item no longer available); Shell top by Jenni Kayne

Top by 3.1 Phillip Lim; Trousers by asos

There are so many more options- borrow his watch, jewelry (i.e., rings laced on a chain), t-shirt, belt, etc.  Stay tuned this week for some masculine looks put together for your inspiration!


  1. Brilliant post! Thanks for the mention!

  2. Absolutely! Thank you for the picture! Wait until Friday! There's more!!!


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