Women wear pants all the time now, sure. But one in particular had the balls to rag on her male counterparts, while simultaneously appropriating their clothes - and looking better in them than the men. We still love you, Katharine Hepburn.
Hepburn is a strong reference on how to show up the boys while still looking ladylike. We've picked some great menswear-inspired pieces that still let you look like a woman.
There's nothing more classic than a well-fitted suit, but today, a blazer can also approximate the same polished look. Check out this menswear blazer ($58) with shrunken sleeves - we like the way Urban Outfitters styled it, with mannish plaid underneath.
Gap responds well to the oversized button-up craze with their Boyfriend Banker Shirt ($54.50), which you can also wear untucked for a casual weekend look.
Hepburn literally wore men's trousers, but you can achieve the same look with these oversized black trousers ($350) that are cut for a woman's body.
The Fred flat ($595), Christian Louboutin's spin on the traditional oxford, is as sharp as they come. For almost $600, we imagine you'll want to make them with with trousers, jeans, shorts, and possibly a dress or two.
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