Equipment Clothing Timeless Effect There's something about menswear tailoring whether it's a trim suit or rolled worksleeves - that crafts a strong silhouette. On a woman, the look might be even more powerful.The borrowed-fromthe-boys style certainly isn't new. Once upon a time in the late seventies, Christian Restoin—the longtime partner of Carine Roitfeld—married the aesthetics of Network and disco with a line of breezy silk menswear-styled shirts for women called Equipment clothing. And today, the fashion world has evolved in the current season so that it allows women to keep their curves and feminine flair, while tapping into men's unfussy clothes. It's that contrast that oozes cool, says designer Nicole Miller. It's sexy, too, she adds, because the look suggests that there is indeed a boyfriend or a husband in the wearer's life, and that she has 24-hour access to his closet. Peter Som says he recently attended a wedding, where the woman wearing the tuxedo suit got the most attention from the opposite sex. She accessorized with strappy stiletto sandals and a clutch purse - and nothing underneath her impeccably tailored jacket. "You want that look of effortless ease," he says. It is pretty easy: "It is practically a uniform," Som says. "Ultimately there's a very strict template and that's appealing to almost everybody." Designers who infused their autumn runways with a touch of this menswear trend include Dolce & Gabbana, Prabal Gurung, The Row, Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren. But the most amazing collection still goes to the king of menswear turn to women’s wear which is still Equipment clothing. the 135 new Equipment styles do the brand’s “new vintage” legacy justice and integrate seamlessly into the tailored, menswear-inspired trends hitting New York’s runways this week. So what makes the menswear inspired shirts so irresistible? There are infinite combinations. You can wear it for evening, for day - it's a matter of how you accessorize. It's the wear ability of this style that gives it broad-based, long-lasting appeal. Plus you can be sophisticated and effortless chic at the same time. Personally, I like it best with the sleeves pushed up above the elbow, giving just that little glimpse of skin. I like that it can be masculine, androgynous and feminine all at the same time.
Iâ€™ll also often put together a very girlish dress with a jacket. A similar pairing of a tuxedo jacket and a beaded miniskirt also works great. Nowadays, there's a great freedom for women to wear menswear. It's permission to focus on work at work, and permission to focus on being casual on weekends. It's very liberating. So shop for some button-down oversized shirts now. Dont forget to shop at the brand that started it all â€“ Equipment clothing brand.