Monday 25 April 2011

Accessorize like a Man

When Accessorizing the Menswear trend it's best to keep it simple, Don't overdo it when it comes to jewels. Think about what a man wears. Chunky Linked Bracelet or watch, Possibly a necklace. Simple cuffs are great and a long chain necklace maybe with a tassle or something cute to feminise it slightly or if dressing down the trend with Boyfriend jeans or a boyfriend cardi wooden beads will look super cute, slightly eclectic and seriously stylish
A Selection of Cuffs available from Asos, Miss Selfridge and Topshop

A Selection of Necklaces and Rings Available from Miss Selfridge
The Watch is absolutely integral for this Trend. If you pick a watch that is chunky, linked and big like a Mans watch it will be strong enough to wear as your only accessory
A selection of Watches available from Asos

With shoes think anything that looks masculine, simple clean lines in leather or a boat shoe style anything that you might also find in the men's section or your man's wardrobe. Loafers and brogues are great for this trend.

A selection of Menswear Style shoes Available from Asos and Topshop

Bags would be the same in the sense of clean lines and masculine shapes. Boxy, sharp edged bags, Oversized Envelope Clutches, Cross Body Leather and satchels style bags fit nicely into Menswear.
A Selection of Bags Suitable for this Trend Available from Asos, Topshop and Zara

It's not beyond the realms of possiblility to shop for accessorise within the mens section. Get yourself a thick mens belt or trilby hat  that you can team nicely withyour boyfriend jean and crisp white shirt. A pair of braces to tie to your peg leg trouser or skinny jean like Beyonce.

Beyonce wearing the Menswear style. Braces and Checked Shirt

Braces Available in Mens Section of River Island
A Selection of Accessories from the Mens Section at River Island
Team all these accessories together for a true fashionista style. Mens wear can be seriously rocked if done well and it can look amazing and very sexy for someone who might not want to be overtly sexy and flash too much skin. Throw a pair of Aviators or Ray Bans on and you're good to go. Ya'll enjoy.
What do people think. Is Menswear a style that will be seen alot by Irish Fashionistas this season?

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