As any fashion lover knows, dressing fashionably and dressing for the opposite sex are usually two very different things. It's a long debated argument, just who exactly to dress for, one we've even covered a few times, but today's story in the Daily Mail got us thinking; while broad shoulders and draped bodices are hot trends for AW09, wearing say, a poof-sleeved, leather Louis Vuitton-shaped dress on a Friday night, isn't the best way to rope in the dude at the bar. Not that we expect that to be your number one concern, we just wonder how you balance your love of runway fashion with your social life. You probably don't forego baggy Marc dresses or shredded Current/Elliots or massive Marni platforms just because the girl in low slung jeans and a white tank looks at you like you're nuts or the guy you're dating says, "You look like a cake topper," - (true story) - but you also must shy away from being too fashion forward at some point. The disconnect between fashionable and sexy can be frustrating, so how do you make it work?
As any fashion lover knows, dressing fashionably and dressing for the opposite sex are usually two very different things. It's a long debated argument