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Hillary Kerr: Hello! Everyone. Welcome to the WhoWhatWear Fashion Closet.
Katherine Power: We are your host, I am Katherine Power.
Hillary Kerr: I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: And we've been very excited about today's episode, because this subject is one of our favorite current trends, Menswear.
Hillary Kerr: Menswear Inspired garments were all over the fall runways, and we have already seen them on some of our favorite celebrities. Let's take a look.
Female Speaker: Kirsten Dunst outfits always seem to be the perfect blend of masculine tailoring and feminine style. Seen here, Dunst makes a skinny stripes skirt with the boyish button down.
Model amuse, Irina Lazareanu is also very skilled at creating menswear inspired looks. Here she pulled her oversize boyfriend blazer and slouchy trousers together with a bright statement belt and hippie chic headband.
Hillary Kerr: To achieve this look not everything in your entire outfit needs to be masculine. Instead try to make boyish pieces like waist wide legged pants, or something a little more girly and delicate like this soft dolls.
Katherine Power: Also mens were doesn't always have to mean pants, there are ton of tailored skirts in colors and fabrics that will embrace this look.
Hillary Kerr: Our first look we started with a pair of wide leg, loose pants and then added an oversize blazer with sleeves pushed up just a little bit to show some skin.
Katherine Power: And to balance out these two masculine elements, we gave Stella the chiffon blouse and left it un-tucked, so you can see the interesting cut.
Our second look is the perfect example of an skirt with men's tailoring.
Here we stuck to browns and grays, and we gave her a large textured toe, the size of the briefcase. As a finishing touch, we chose a gold men's watch and a brown pair of Oxford pumps.
Hillary Kerr: And till next time, thanks for watching WhoWhatWear TV.
Katherine Power: To shop the looks in today's episode, visit whowhatwear.com