Male style is back in fashion!
Coco Chanel and Marlene Dietrich willingly used things from the male shoulder in their outfits, thereby emphasizing their individuality, fragility and sexuality. You can update your wardrobe and look fashionable without spending a dime. Just borrow from your husband or friend and you'll get a dandy look.
Use a loose shirt as a tunic, turn up the sleeves and add a strap. Wear it with jeans or leggings. A plain men's shirt can even become part of a business look if you wear it tucked into trousers or a pencil skirt. Be sure to unbutton a couple of top buttons and put on your heels.
It was the man who was the first to dress women in "male" things. It was the famous fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. He released his models on the catwalk either in a leather jacket or in a tuxedo. Wear a jacket with skinny piping trousers and a translucent blouse - play on the contrast of volumes and textures.
Now among women, boyfriend jeans are very popular - wide, brutal trousers like men's. Why buy jeans a la men's, if you can take them from your husband and wear them with pumps and a blazer. Be sure to roll up the legs to make your ankles look flatter.
Bubble jersey must be worn correctly so as not to look fatter than you are. Combine a "masculine" sweater with cropped trousers or a pencil skirt. Ankle boots with a stable heel and a thin strap that emphasizes the waist will be the perfect touch to the image.
For several seasons, designers have been suggesting women wear men's borsalino felt hats with a medium brim and a small dent in the crown (the main top of the hat). A beautiful brooch can be placed on the ribbon around the hat to make the look a little less strict and more elegant.
When climbing into your husband's closet, remember two simple rules: combine purely "male" things with absolutely "female" and always emphasize the waist.