Boyfriend fashion has its own page on Wikipedia. ITS OWN PAGE! Then again, when you think about the impact that men's fashion has had on what we wear, it's not all that nuts.
From the moment I tried on my first blazer back in high school I knew I was in love. I'd found a piece that made me look put together, looked good with at least 70% of my wardrobe, and wasn't too frou-frou. Petals, lace, and ruffles are perfectly pretty and extremely popular flourishes in women's fashion, but these were never the most appealing fashion elements to me. Streamlined pants, jeans, shorts, loose tees, over-sized cardigans, jackets, and flats provided the blueprints for my aesthetic to build from so, naturally, when I slipped into a blazer it already felt like home.
Imagine my reaction when I started seeing starlets in my tabloids wearing these odd yet strangely attractive loose-fitting jeans. Baggy but flattering, sometimes distressed but almost always cuffed, and – get this – they looked good with nearly everything hanging in my closet (including my impressive blazer collection)! Fashion editorials even suggested I wear them with heels instead of my favorite flats, top-siders, or Converse. I didn't think it could work and then I tried on an olive leather wedge sandal, eating my words as I admired my newly updated look in my bedroom mirror.
The boyfriend jean is as much a staple in our denim collections now as flared and skinny silhouettes are. The shape comes in a variety of denim washes & treatments and is now available in a range of materials including khaki, corduroy, and sweatshirt fabric. Celebrities have been rocking this look since the late 2000's so, if you take your cues from them, you should have a few in your closet already. No matter what your signature style is, let your boyfriends contrast nicely with a pleated blouse and ladylike pearls, balance a sweet floral-patterned girly top, toughen up a silk cami, or enhance the boyishness of your half-tucked Oxford shirt. Head to SINGER22.com for a huge selection of styles so you can emulate fashionable stars like Olivia, Rihanna, and Jessica.