7 Dec

Let’s just say, women do it better.  As I do my weekly browse on the Spring RTW collections, a big statement is being made for us women.  The pantsuit has been around since the 1920’s and those women who so daringly replicated the suit, made way for the modern women of today.  A woman who dresses for success, is success.  A pantsuit comes across as intelligent, no nonsense, get-the-job-done and in some respect, intimidating.  The designers who so graciously portray how we women should be looked upon, is definite this season.  Though some I would probably never dare to try and wear,  I feel all of these looks are more then just fabrics, they are more then just pieced together patterns, they are a symbol of the now.  They are a representation of how far women have come.  So let’s thank those women who so bravely wore the ensemble that (back then) was only seen as masculine.


[Theyskens’ Theory – Look 12]


[Victoria Beckham – Look 4]


[Neil Barrett – Look 8]


[Neil Barrett – Look 3]


[Mulberry – Look 31]


[Jonathan Saunders – Look 30]


[Christian Dior – Look 1]


[Balmain – Look 27]


[Balmain – Look 1]


[Pedro Lourenco – Look 6]


5 Responses to “Fe(MALE)”

  1. elisabettabottiroli December 8, 2012 at 1:39 pm #

    Wow, love the Dior look!

    • My Cup (or not) of Tea December 8, 2012 at 5:53 pm #

      It’s definitely the most wearable look. The whole line is amazing…then again, do we expect anything less?! XO

  2. Penny December 9, 2012 at 1:29 am #

    I actually really love the Victoria Beckham look. She is a fab dresser herself, and now I think we can finally call her a real designer. The Dior look is tres tres chic as well. I’ll take one of each! XOXO

  3. Metallic Dapper January 3, 2013 at 3:03 pm #

    Im only a fan of menswear for women when they still look feminine and these are brilliantly so! Love it!

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