In the 19th century, women in Western society were typically expected to wear dresses, skirts, and corsets. Amelia Bloomer, a woman's rights activist in the 1850s, was one of the first to change mainstream womenswear when she introduced the bloomer.
Later, in the 1920s, the famous fashion designer, Coco Chanel, started a menswear line. Other popular fashion icons such as Katharine Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich had menswear style fashion, which made this style even more popular in the 1930s. During WWI women were free to wear more masculine clothes, however, when the war ended in the 1950s, they returned to more feminine forms of dressing. It was not until the 1960s and early 70s that menswear-inspired fashion was no longer considered a rebellious political statement.In the 1950s Marilyn Monroe wore boyfriend jeans, which started the popularity of the clothing item.
You most trendy value structure.
Perfectly tailored blazers in fitted/oversized/padded shoulder and beyond.
Goes well with every pieces ,You everyday style essential.