Wednesday, 31 October 2007

Get the Annie Hall look this season from the designer fashion crowd

With the huge prevalence of tailoring and wide leg trousers in this season's biggest fashions, it's no wonder that a few celebs have been seen sporting a very androgynous look. Reminiscent of Annie Hall, this is a look I adore, but one that's hard for us mere mortals to carry off. That's why I've chosen this look with a hint of femininity, to take this style trend that's come back into fashion again and again and keep it looking sexy.

The cardigan with shirt insert is from McQ and provides a casual yet stylish way to daring androgyny with its high neck and boyish cut. The skinny sleeves make it very wearable against the loose fitting body.

I've teamed this top with Marc by Marc Jacobs slim fit jeans, instead of opting for wide legs. This makes the whole outfit much easier to wear as the boyish feel isn't so strong, and if you've got a bum worth showing off there's no reason why not to. I've finished off with a pair of Marc Jacobs suede heels. This gorgeous pair are colour co-ordinated with the top and add a bit of glam to the otherwise casual outfit, without being over the top and girly.

Product Details:
McQ Double Layer Sweater, £260
Marc Jacobs M Pocket Jeans, £145

Marc Jacobs Suede Platform pumps, £257
All from Net-a-Porter

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