What is Androgynous?
Here in Australia the winter season means lovely sunny sunshine this is great for getting into the Androgynous vibe as you are free to showcase your true style in all its full glory. Winter is the perfect time to express your style and to be brave and bold with your choice of design and colour, are you brave enough to rock a sex-blending trend?...
Let’s explore what’s available
The perfect way to get the androgynous look is by wearing the casual shirts! Shirts are the key to this look and both men and women can wear most of the designs available. The style you create can be accustomed to suit your own individual personality and traits.
For girls you could opt for a men’s casual flannel shirt tucked into a sexy pair of hot pants or denim shorts because since the sun is blazing right, what better way to get those legs out whilst loosely covering those shoulders to keep you cool and prevent burning on those really hot days.
You have to option to tuck the shirt in or you may want to tie a knot into or you could even wear a man’s casual shirt open with a strappy vest top underneath.
Boyish or Bold?
For other patterns, you can either opt for something extremely bold and brave like the floral prints which we are seeing right now or go for a more smart boyish look with cool pastel shades instead.
A pastel shirt by House of Holland
To make the look androgynous it’s all about the way you wear it. Always button the shirt right up to the collar and then, for cool pastels, you could roll the sleeves up and tuck it in or hand it over a nice fitted pair of chinos, rolled up at them hem and pop on some mens casual shoes to complete a summery look!
Source: Robert Sheie
Ugly leather shoes are in right now – I know, who would have thought! Or you may want to be brave and consider feminine patterns such as a bold floral print in exciting exotic shades, and try wearing it with a plain pair of stubbies.
Try it out, start raiding your boyfriend’s wardrobe and see what styles you can create. Boys, take your girlfriend shopping with you and get her opinion on what kind of designs of men’s casual shirts she might pull off – that's if he doesn’t find the whole thing a bit weird…
Written by: Sue Williams