Given the arrival of @Kylerton , as well as the interesting sartorial implications of menswear on women, it seemed time for a thread dedicated to such. I've not thought much about this, so I'm just spitballing here, but some things I'd like to hear thoughts about (especially from those who have design, retail, and/or tailoring experience): Pant rise At first, I thought there would be less of a need. Kylerton has like a 2 inch rise on hers. But perhaps a more traditional rise is more forgiving on wider hips? Diane Keaton seems to prefer a more traditional rise. Lapels Narrower lapels for narrower shoulders. Wider lapels for a more masculine look/compensate for breasts? I guess it depends on what the dresser is going for. But bowing would seem to be an issue unless cut properly. Jacket length I noticed on one of her pictures that Kylerton's friends (who need to register) have a proper length whereas Kylerton's jackets are way too short (at least, for my relatively conservative tastes). And I'm tired. Someone do a better job of getting this thread rolling. Here are a bunch of pictures of Diane Keaton. Good (by modern red carpet standards). Not good. Subverting CM rather than working within it.