The Cut has long been a proponent of borrowing shoes and sweatshirts from the boys — how could anyone not? – but these days, the lines between girls’ and boys’ clothes are evermore blurred. No one thinks twice anymore when they see Savile Row tailoring, boyfriend jeans, or tuxedo jackets referenced in women’s collections — and now, with London Collections: Mens in full swing, the fall 2014 men’s runways appear to be similarly borrowing feminine ideas. Several menswear shows highlight gender-fluid pieces, such as bias drapes or lilac mohair, that we could easily imagine in our own closets. Click through our slideshow to see the Cut’s favorites outfits from the London men’s runways that we women would gladly throw on.
Straight up Marlene Deitrich reincarnated.
Imagine everything here, but with strappy, high heels.
The moment you realized you lived this long without a boxy metallic coat.
A mohair-lined tea towel because, why not?
Our favorite color. And in camel hair.
Again, winter white, but especially with this hat, and with that diagonal drape.
This backless top because it’s mad sexy.
This statement coat.
Lose the jacket, everything else is very very Daria Morgendorffer. Headpiece, optional.