As a gent, I tend to focus on men's clothing and how we pull the elegant, classic and timeless look for ourselves and to the on lookers. From time to time I encounter photos or see ladies in attire that is for a masculine look (men), however when they add a feminine dash and splash to the masculine silhouette, it is then softened up, fit for a lady, yet masculine. The Lady below pulls the look very elegantly and stylish. Worth an inspiration. Enjoy your Easter.
The Lady below, assembles grey, blue and lavender with such delicacy and refinement. A jacket in grey with a hint of lavender with turn up sleeves, a matching waistcoat, a light blue shirt and lavender paisley trousers. She pairs the attire with a bow tie which hints lavender and white in pattern, though darker than the lavender colour of the trousers. The pocket square on the jacket has a dash of light blue, fawn (off white) colouring and a lavender colour that matches the colour of the buttons of the jacket and waistcoat.
She closes the whole attire with a pair of leather gloves in a darker shade of grey than the jacket and waistcoat. Only a feminine touch can pull this look on a masculine attire. So adorable feminine yet masculine.
The Lady on the picture pulls the attire in shades of green, the trousers with a Paisley pattern, a darker green coat, tweed I suppose, and then there is a hint of lime green sweater under the jacket. She is holding/carrying a bag which is made of Ostrich hide in light tan colour and finishes (almost) the touch with a whole cut oxford which is either mahogany or cognac in colour. On the handle bar of the bag - a scarf tied around with orange and light grey colours. The orange in the scarf is in harmony with the colour of the shoes and bag. A feminine touch on a masculine attire. Simply great!Photos sourced from Bespoke Makers