Menswear-inspired looks continue to be a huge focus in fashion, particularly for fall. Happily, style stars like Kate Moss and Sienna Miller are giving them street cred by coming up with cool outfit ideas galore. Are you (wo)man enough to try one for yourself? Read on to find out.
Out and about in London, Kate Moss sported a silk neck tie with her Isabel Marant Tacy Suede Printed Calf Hair Leather Boots ($1500), leopard print trousers, and velvet blazer. The DIY accessory is a welcome alternative to a scarf and gives off a cool, slightly undone, Keith Richards vibe.
Satin Skinny Scarf ($25)
The only thing better than a sharply dressed man is a sharply dressed 16-year-old girl. Hailee Steinfeld cut a striking figure at Olivia Holt's Sweet 16 birthday party in a tailored 3.1 Phillip Lim tuxedo jacket and trousers (both from the brand's Holiday 13 collection), paired with a crisp white button-down and strappy Stuart Weitzman heels.
Blazer With Tuxedo Collar ($120)
Narrow Leg Studio Trousers ($100)
Avenue Fashion Blouse ($175) In White
A tailored, knee-skimming coat—like the one Mary-Kate Olsen wore recently while strolling the streets of New York—adds a sense of gravitas to any ensemble.
Classic Long Jacket ($938)
Berwick Contrast Trim Coat ($555)
Longline Collarless Blazer ($120) in Black
Back from Paris Fashion Week, Olivia Palermo was spotted this week in New York in a jock-tacular Hive & Honey Varsity Colorblock Jacket ($89) befitting a true fashion all-star.
To ensure this look comes off less Mad Hatter, more louche ‘60s rock star, follow Sienna Miller’s lead (seen here at the Another Magazine part in London last month) and pair your top hat with a tough chic accessory like over-the-knee boots.
Satin Top Hat in ($25) Black
Wool Felt Top Hat ($75) in Black
Victorian Top Hat ($95) in Black
Double-Breasted Jacket ($916)
Wool Blend Blazer ($60)