Men’s Fashion: The Female Perspective

Men’s fashion has come a long way. Such a long way, in fact, that more and more women are beginning to incorporate masculine pieces into their wardrobes. We caught up with a few bloggers who are doing just that and asked them to tell us their perspective on men’s fashion.



Mandy Fierens

“I have several masculine pieces in my wardrobe. Whether it be a worn-in plaid shirt or a chunky wool scarf, I really enjoy using these items in my daily repertoire. Whenever I wear something masculine I try to add a few unexpected feminine pieces to soften the look a bit. There is something about mixing a masculine item with an ultra-feminine piece that really excites me.”


Get the look: Paul Smith scarf



“Honestly what looks good on men transcends beyond fads and consists of a staple wardrobe of coloured chinos, plaid and chambray shirts rolled up and heather grey T-shirts. Personally I find most inspiration from menswear when it comes to personal dressing, particularly when it comes down to playing with proportions, layering and cuffing (be it shirts or jeans). I love purchasing men’s pieces like shirts and tees and reinterpreting the three piece suit with a feminine twist: skinny waxed cotton jeans, a silk blouse and a cool leather jacket.”


Get the Look: Polo Ralph Lauren shirt


MascBlogger3Samantha Jangira

“I love a man in a good suit and pinstripe tailoring is one of the trends I think looks good on men but it has to be subtle and not OTT. Whenever I use men’s clothing I always go for an oversized shirt paired with skinny jeans and minimal heels for a laid back casual look.”


Get the Look: Hugo Boss shirt



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Christie Anderson

Hello. I'm Christie, the menswear editor at House of Fraser.

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