At times I like to mix masculinity and femininity in my looks. As much as I love to be able to pull off a really feminine ensemble, I absolutely adore men´s vintage clothing, especially from the 1920´s and 1930´s. I don´t know if a very boyish look would suit me all that well, but I have always found myself being utterly inspired by androgynous attires. My approach on the subject tends to be rather subtle, as I do like curly hairdos and make-up.
One of these chilly winter days I was wearing a pair of beautifully hand-tailored brown breeches I bought last summer. The label indicates they were British made in 1951. After purchasing them I started hunting for a pair of perfect boots to go with them. I finally found these 1930´s lace up babies from Vintage Haberdashers. You can see more photos of them in this post. I must say, they are one of my favourite pairs.
I am also wearing a made to measure men´s vintage style shirt I ordered a while back. The rayon tie is 1950´s, as is the brown wool jacket. The navy blue wool cardigan is modern, the style is very classic and I have had it for years. I replaced the buttons with vintage ones.