LFW Fall 2014 street style: 10 perfect boy-meets-girl looks
The easiest way to achieve androgynous style? White slacks, a navy button-down and a steel grey overcoat. All photos courtesy of Imaxtree.com.
We’re wrapping up LFW Fall 2014 with our favourite
boy-meets-girl street style looks that have us captivated (and inspired to curate a brand new
Need more ideas? Check out nine more boy-meets-girl looks after the jump…
Part boy: a tailored, structured suit with high waist pants and a lapelled blazer. Part girl: ladylike peach undertones, a lace blouse and metallic shoes.
Are flared pants back? We’re not sure–but we’re crushing on the masculine shape this charcoal coat and denim jeans give this platinum-blonde style setter.
No one can rock denim-on-denim like the street style star’s of LFW. The fur coat, beanie and blue jeans definitely say androgyny at its finest.
Ripped jeans, maroon loafers and a tailored coat (with cool briefcase) give this ensemble an extra boyish chic feel.
This look errs on the side of pretty and feminine–but it’s those slouchy pants and undone shirt that give the outfit its signature sense of boy-meets-girl.
This style setter plays up her varsity cool aesthetic with a fun jersey crop top, patterned skirt and cobalt jacket.
This white button-down with collar and tie are très boyish chic.
A skirt suit automatically becomes more masculine with a bold plaid pattern, centered belt and leather satchel.
The contrast of an intricate pattern against a grey wool overcoat is androgynous in its very nature.
OVER TO YOU! Are you rocking the boy-meets-girl fashion trend this season?
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