Bodysuits, Football Uniforms for Women and Thongs for Men: Today we hunt Mainstream Cross-Dressing.
10 The BabooshkaBoutique capitalizes on the current mens-sized trends we’ve all be seeing with their Geometric Oversized Boyfriend Cardigan. Who needs a boyfriend when you can wear this?
9 Uniqlo brightens its Summer 2009 ad campaign with two platinum blonde British models, Agyness Deyn and Luke Worrall in some pastel unisex clothing in this trippy commericial.
8 Adam Lambert proves that you don’t have to be a lady to be pretty and glam. This American Idol wears more makeup then a clown at the circus—putting old school fashionistas like Mick Jagger to David Bowie to shame.
7 It’s ok for men to get leotarded! ‘The Stunner’ Bodysuit by the aptly named Hunk Wear comes in blue, black and, of course, fuchsia along with a men’s thong line.
6 Raf Simons of Jil Sander challenged the idea of boring neutral-colored power suits for women. Instead the traditional mens workwear attire was injected with pizzazz by adorning model’s feet in citrus-colored footwear.
5 Giambattista Valli’s oversized outerwear for Fall 2009 is big enough for a man, but made for a woman.
4 Givenchy Bolero emphasizes manly shoulders for his Fall 2009 runway show. This trend may have gotten the cold shoulder since the eighties, but it’s definitely seeing a revival now.
3 Every man’s fantasy will soon turn into a reality with the Lingerie Football League in September of 2009. They do a great job of feminizing regular football uniforms.
2 The infamous Boyfriend Jean has spawned a new era of stylishly baggy jeans instead of impossibly skinny ones. It’s all about being easy; easy to thow on, easy on the eyes and easy on your wallet.
1 A close fashion relative of the boyfriend jean is the beloved Boyfriend Shirt. It’s time to raid your boyfriends closet for a shirt that can pass the smell test.
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Bodysuits, Football Uniforms for Women and Thongs for Men
Published: Nov 3, 2009 • References: trendhunter