Be inspired by your guy and go smart, simple or slouchy
If you are a fan of minimalist, easy-to-wear fashion, the androgynous style is for you.
Keep your outfit cool with smart-but-slouchy pieces – and roomy separates in loosely tailored shapes – that are simple to throw on and go.
GABRIELE DIRVANAUSKAS shows you how to wear it without raiding his wardrobe.
Satin blazer, £79.99, trousers, £39.99, both Zara; scarf necklace, £17.50, M&S; sandals, £32, Topshop
Get suited and booted in this Zara co-ord.
Wear it at the weekend with a slogan T-shirt and trainers.
Knee-length puff-sleeve dress, £69, Topshop Boutique
Look for feminine details such as puffed sleeves and belts that give an oversized piece shape.
Jumper, £36, M&S; wide-leg culottes, £29.99, Zara; sliders, £42, Topshop; backpack, £19.99, and earrings, £4.99, both New Look
Opt for neutral colours for a simple look.
You can swap the sliders for smart loafers or heels for the office.
Wide-leg culottes, £28, asos.com; T-shirt, £25, M&S; mules, £39, Topshop; hat £12, River Island
Yes, you CAN be a hat person.
Experiment with the baker-boy shape for a fashion-forward look.
Dress £35, M&S; coat, £79, Topshop; trainers, £42, River Island
Androgynous styling needn’t mean trousers.
Look for dresses you can layer.
A belted-waist gives it shape.
Check coat, £89.99, Zara; trousers, £49, Topshop; bag, £25, asos.com
Try lightweight outerwear to see you through unreliable weather.
This pattern laps into the Nineties trend.
- Hair and make-up by Bella Jones using Unite haircare and Bobbi Brown
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