Think like a man, act like a lady


Nowadays we walk in jeans or trousers with no problem, but some of us have no idea that women suffered years and years of struggle in order not to be considered weird because of wearing them. Although the first representation of a woman wearing pants dates from ancient times, it was only after the Second World War that women were actually allowed to wear trousers as a uniform for work.

So, if you really appreciate wearing pants you should take a moment and thank to Aurore Dupin Dudevant, Marlene Dietrich, Katharine Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn and of course Coco Chanel. Each of them played an important role for our emancipation.

After the implementation of the trousers for women, a lot of designers used this masculine style for their pret a porter collections, which is extremely popular even nowadays.


Therefore, no matter if you do it as a tribute to the women mentioned before or just because it is trendy, you should try the masculine style: it is casual, chic and really popular.

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I hope that you will enjoy my outfit! I’m waiting for your opinions.Kisses!!



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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Queen Sylvia says:

    This is one of the biggest trends right now but it’s so much more than a trend. It’s showing women power on a whole new level. Personally, I’m loving it ever since I was little because my mother used to dress a la garconne and it has been a huge inspiration. Dressing like this shows attitude and strength, and for me that’s absolutely important in style.


    1. I totally agree with you and this is one of the main reasons why I’ve chosen this outfit: it says a lot about us women in general and our struggle for power and equality with men. Hope you liked my post and thanks for sharing your opinion. Kisses!


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