Shop the Latest Celebrity Trend with 19 Menswear-Inspired Pieces
The days of girly pinks and boyish blues are long gone. Instead, the increasing intrigue with androgynous dressing means there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to what you can and cannot wear. Cue the line-up of celebrities who have eschewed flirty frocks in favor of sharp tuxedo vests (a la Olivia Palermo), power suits and tailored pieces. And let's give credit where credit is due—our obsession for dapper styles became official when Jennifer Lawrence's fierce editorial spread in the fall-winter issue of Dior magazine came to light. From gold-button blazers to striped Oxford button-downs to wingtip brogues, channel the opposite sex with our 19 gentlemanly sartorial picks.
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Stick with pinstripes to show everyone you mean business.
Instead of committing to a full-on tux, wear a tuxedo bib button-down-the micropleats give it a feminine spin.
Top off your fall/winter looks with this soft wool-felt fedora.
This celestial-inspired velvet slipper loafer will leave you starry-eyed.
Add a jolt of color to a neutral palette with this two-toned blouse.
Copy Olivia Palermo's look and layer a tuxedo vest over a long-sleeve blouse.
Described as "big, bold and masculine," these frames know how to grab (and hold) attention.
Take on two trends in one with iridescent brogues.
Carry everything you need in a handsome rustic leather carryall.
Button it all the way and decorate the collar area with a statement bib necklace.
Fold up a boldly printed pocket square and tuck it into your suit pocket. Or, treat it like a neckerchief and tie it around your neck for an air of luxe sophistication.
Slip into buckled pointy loafers that can complement both a dressed up look or a laidback ensemble.
Tuck a striped Oxford into a pair of tailored trousers or layer it under a knitted sweater on cooler days.
Dress up more casual pieces with a cropped double-breasted blazers with gold buttons.
For a menswear-inspired boot, take on the classic Chelsea silhouette with a black patent finish.
This utilitarian timepiece will have you glancing you down at your wrist all the time.
Sleek and shiny, this leather tab-lock cross-body pairs well with everything.
Instead of classic back, step into a tawny hue.