As fashion week explodes onto the pages of the fashion blogs across the world. I’m going to focus the attention on the boys of boyfriend material. Finding the concepts behind ones “type” is never easy. The types that describe each fashion subculture to it’s full extent. Fall into the possibilities of each genre while respecting the rags that garnish the boy. The rags that make up an entire “type” of boy. Chances are that all of us blend fluidly into one aesthetic. The human aesthetic…
Until the crowd hears what the rest of us are trying to say lets keep it simple…
Here are some boys from the pages of all our books. Either we represent the subculture given or we find ourselves flirting with the shiny covers of all the books…
all photos via pinterest
The cross contamination of mixed gender roles is something the world is always debating about. Contamination said only because most of the general public would like to think that the mixing of staples taken from each genders role in fashion is nothing more than a taboo expression.
Keeping in mind that expressions are all brought upon how one dives into their inner selves to broadcast their outer selves. One thing that springs to mine is the boys in heels.
The working lady has rubbed off in our own masculine subculture to devote to a whole new meaning of “working”. The boys who put their fears behind and explore a new level of fashion. Gender roles broken down, they stomp the streets spreading fear and boldness to those who witness. I find myself also enjoying the height that the bolder side of living has brought. I am not afraid to admit that I myself enjoy slippin on the Rick Owens wedge to feel a little bit of excitement and power surge through my own body . If nothing else let this inspire us to continue to explore new realms in fashion. Challenge ourselves to take steps in the direction of fearless.
All photos via Men In Heels Tumblr
Calm, collected, cool.
Seems that these boys are the ones who are always doing just fine. The style that comes from something so basic, yet sparks something so inspiring. With nothing more exciting than a denim jacket or old band shirt. These boys seem to have what it takes to drift through the always changing scenery.
The classic Cool. My own personal taste on this subject brings me the “bad” boys, the “tough” boys, the “wandering” boys. Basic, to the point, and not so complicated. Leaning never looked so good.
All photos via Pinterest and fashiongrunge.com