The androgynous look is having many moments for a number of reasons and I think that's fantastic. It's a hot look, for one thing, and for another, it's extremely versatile. You can make it work for you no matter what your personal style.
1 Start at the Top
Even though it's not exactly part of your wardrobe, you might want to begin with a more androgynous haircut – or not. That's entirely your decision.
2 Look for Chunky, Unisex Jewelry
Menswear-inspired watches, heavily linked bracelets, thick rings – so many ideas!
3 Grab the Boyfriend Jeans
Or just cuff your own, to be honest.
4 Go for the Oxfords
The shoes, that is.
5 Go for the Oxford
The top, that is.
6 Don't Forget the Converse
They're just a staple
7 So Are Boots
Preferably Doc Martens, but that's probably just me.
8 Expand Your Blazer Collection
You won't be sorry. Make sure some of them are sinfully tailored, while others can be sort of slouchy and casual.
9 Silky Blouses Are Lovely, Too
Just make sure they're collared. Otherwise, you can't pop it.
10 Think about Bringing Back the Vest
It's hotter than you think.
11 Maybe the Corduroys, Too
They're back, believe it or not. Might be time to try a pair.
12 Patterned Sweaters Really Work the Look
I have no idea why, but an androgynous wardrobe practically begs for prints.
13 Don't Fear Stripes
There's nothing to fear, I promise.
14 Stock up on Ties
Oh, this look is so sexy.
15 Find the Perfect Hat
It might be a fedora, a beanie, or a baseball cap, but when you find the right hat, you'll know.
16 Try Some Tweed
Just trust me.
17 Go for a Structured Bag
A boxy tote, for example, or a stiffly shaped shoulder bag.