The female tuxedo- Man Repelling or Subtly Sexy?
Answer: Man Repelling, and to that we say Hell Yes, 'get in the car losers were going shopping'.
Since Yves Saint Laurent created his 'Le Smoking' women's tuxedo back in 1966, the piece has no doubt morphed into one of the single most transformative pieces of women's wear and for A/W12, it made a serious comeback.
"Throughout the shows in February there was a lot of talk about the clothes being like an armour, preparing women for the tough world out there right now and it's true."- At HQ (Our bedrooms) we discussed that the real reason for female tuxedos comeback relies on the fact that they look awesome and it's about time that us women get the chance to say 'Get in my pants'.
Lesson 101 on Female Suits. Gilded, structured or bed-sexy, the choices are at
What's more, when it's advocated by none other than our eternal girl crush, who could say no? No ruffles or ever-shortening hemlines for Hailee, just black silk with a perfect smattering of turquoise, sequins and red lips. And we think she pulled her look off better than anyone that night.
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