Masculine Tailoring: Inspired by Chloé

For Autumn/Winter, Chloé's creative director Hannah MacGibbon, led the fashion revolution with crisp, masculine tailoring in mouth-watering caramel and café au lait colours. These delicious shades of beige were mixed in with greys and darker chocolates for a subtle, yet enticing finish.

Some of the looks played with layers: oversized long suit jackets teamed with belted, tailored trousers and open shirts had an effortlessly chic idea behind them - these were minimal in design expect for a few feminine bows which centered the collection and kept them from being too masculine. These are certain to continue being staples for another while as we make a return to a more sophisticated idea - simplistic fashion. Here is a few key pieces for all budgets which channel this idea of masculine refinement as seen on the runway at Chloé this Autumn.

Chloé Autumn/Winter 2010

Stella McCartney
Wool jacket

ASOS Bow Skinny Belt

Cropped wool-blend pants
Collarless cotton-poplin shirt

Topshop 70'S Shrunken Denim Shirt
Wool-blend riding coat

Michael Kors
Vacchetta leather sandals
Eyelet Scallop Pussybow Blouse

Moulded Bow Detail Skinny Belt
KEDA Tassle Brogues

Teddy Bear Pea Coat
3.1 Phillip Lim
Fold-over tapered trousers

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