Comme Des Garcons

 Hello Everyone! I hope you are all well. I don’t know if you’ve taken notice, but I have been doing some REconstruction on my site lately, I hope you are loving the new JMF layout and finding it a lot easier to navigate the site.

So, last week my father was throwing out some of his old clothes, and I noticed this beautiful Pringle of Scotland shirt. I immediately snuck it out, knowing that it would make a great Comme Des Garçons piece.

Yes, I know the shirt is two times too big for me; however, I feel these photos are a demonstration on how almost any piece can look good paired with the right things.

Over the last few years, fashion has seen a tremendous switch. Obviously, women are starting to embrace men’s styles, and better, wearing them. I personally think this is a great idea. I cannot count how many times I have wanted to buy a beautiful sweater from the mens section, but simply passed up the opportunity because of the MENS label attached to it. How can a simple label dictate what we wear? I mean, what really differentiates between men and women’s fashions? We both wear shirts, shorts, jeans, trousers, trench coats, and sweaters… So, So What? I am no longer going to let a stupid label stop me from buying into the mens section.

This outfit features: Pringle of Scotland shirt, Miss Selfridge leather jeans, Asos heels, and my beloved Burberry Prorsum Bloomsbury Bag.

Note that my leather jeans are burgundy, and burgundy is the color for the season.

I hope this article finds you well; however, I hope MORE that it encourages you to start buying from the mens section. Labels are something that need to be distinguished as a whole, and maybe we can start with something as simple as this.

Always,

JMF xx

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