The Most Lady-Friendly Looks from London's Menswear Shows
London just wrapped its first-ever fashion week for men, which was a hit in so many ways—including, oddly enough, its offerings for women.
Intentionally or not, the Spring 2013 collections from J.W. Anderson, Meadham Kirchoff and more teemed not just with playground-dubbed "girl colors," but with the kind of silhouettes and fabrics we're loving right now: retro short-sleeved rompers, tuxedo dresses, floral suiting.
Click through below to explore the female-friendly menswear pieces and shop similar, currently-available items. Each of those, of course, came from the women's department—but if you prefer the actual menwear versions, we don't blame you. They're kind of amazing.
He's going for an explosion of color instead of just a pop of it.
Rooney Mara would swap the pants underneath for slicked-back hair and burgundy lipstick.
The ideal August vacation outfit, no iron needed.
We've already argued in favor of the floral suit for women, so we'll let this guy take up the cause for his own gender.
Splashy skirt, basic tee, blazer: I think I saw roughly eight girls wearing some version of this on the way to work today.
I know a lot of dudes who wear pink (pale pink button-downs, bright pink swimsuits) but they usually avoid this chalky Pepto-Bismol shade. Which is a shame, because it's kind of awesome.
A well-timed reminder to buy a lookalike Equipment shirt I almost forgot I'd been wanting.
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