Wearing: Top Zara, Bracelet COS, Pants Zara
Even though I wear skirts more then pants on a regular basis, I love me some men's tailoring from time to time. Can you imagine the times where it wasn't common to wear clothing from or similar to the opposite sex? I grew up in a very accepting family and therefore I hardly question anybody's identity as woman, man, gay or straight. Personally, I still can not wrap my head around the idea that we are so fixated on differentiate the sex. We are all human, isn't that all that matters? I remember reading an article on the A/W13 collection of J.W. Anderson. Apparently it caused many violent reactions. Despite the reactions, his collection appeared in the Daily Mail as London's more imaginative menswear show. Anderson has never shown much interest in the gulf between menswear and womenswear, he launched as a menswear brand, women buying his clothes led Anderson to venture into womenswear in 2010. Those who champion his work tend to use adjectives such as androgynous or gender-bending, neither of which accurately convey the neutrality of Anderson's approach to gender. Like Anderson, there are many others who fade the boundaries between men and women and I'm thankful for this each day. Hopefully, one day, this and many other topics, wouldn't be an issue anymore and we will simply accept each other for who we are.