Girls in Guys Garb

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Fred H., Mar 12, 2011.

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    Wow...Monica Bellucci followed up with a hot Eva Mendes. Sechssssyyy.
     
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    Naomi Watts: [​IMG] Zoe Saldana: [​IMG] Unknown Model: [​IMG]
     
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    Evan Rachel Wood: [​IMG]
     
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    Unknown babe:

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    From: Streetfsn


    Now that IS nice. [​IMG]
     
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    There is just something about a women in a blazer that has always worked for me.
     
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    There is just something about a women in a blazer that has always worked for me.


    agreed. but this thread features a lot of photos of women in women's clothing. You can tell, as the buttons are on the left side (the opposite of men's clothing). While these outfits are inspired by menswear, they are still women's clothing.
     
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    agreed. but this thread features a lot of photos of women in women's clothing. You can tell, as the buttons are on the left side (the opposite of men's clothing). While these outfits are inspired by menswear, they are still women's clothing.

    True statement.

    However, I, for one, would not want to see a woman in a boxy men's cut.
     
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    More EyeCandy: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] All from thestyleblogger.com. The model is Helen Weselcouch.
     
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    She is a very beautiful women, i checked out the site and it has many good pics of her.
     
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    Okay... A stretch I admit... But... I just couldn't help myself:

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    The only thing what womans shouldn't wear are tie's. It doesn't look feminine enough.

    I agree. Nothing annoys me more than women in ties. They are the only really masculine item of decoration. Women have everything else.
     
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    I agree. Nothing annoys me more than women in ties. They are the only really masculine item of decoration. Women have everything else.

    I disagree"”or in part, at least. My girlfriend has a skinny cotton mustard-colored knit tie that she looks absolutely adorable wearing.
     

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