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Asos Menswear For Women: Shop And Style Boyfriend Jeans, Bombers And Brogues

14/08/2014 16:38 | Updated 22 May 2015

London Collections: Men has come a long way - you only have to look at the fourth season just gone to see the talent in menswear at the moment.

It's not all Savile Row tailored-to-perfection either, collections are fun and fresh and completely wearable.

I've always been a big fan of men's fashion, my wardrobe is completely androgynous and I love the concept of mixing it up when it comes to his and hers.

Teaming up with Asos, I've styled pieces from the brand's awesome men's Spring/Summer 2014 to prove just how accessible it is for us girls. When menswear looks this good, it would be crazy not to get involved...

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Gold bomber jacket in faux leather now £36, regular sweatpants with PU side panel £30 and Derby shoes with studs £70 all by Asos.

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Wayfarer sunglasses with tortoishelle fade frame £12 and scarab beetle pendant necklace £10 both by Asos.

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Blue slouchy beanie hat £6, Virgin Mary print jumper £26, skinny jeans in 11.05 oz Indigo denim £30 all by Asos, Nike high-tops my own.

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Navy bomber jacket with contrast leather look sleeves £55, black 54 motif T-shirt £12 and skinny jeans in 11.05 oz Indigo denim £30 all by Asos, Nike high-tops my own.

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Blue and grey panelled blazer £70 with matching shorts £20, T-Shirt with Detroit foil print £16 all by Asos.

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As far as pointers go in the men's dressing department, here's three things to think about when making additions to your everyday wardrobe:

1. Opt for oversized

The whole "boyfriend" t-shirt and jeans thing means they're going to be slightly too big. Just go with it. A motif top/jumper is your secret weapon here and Asos have some killer styles to choose from.

2. Select a few stand-out pieces

See the above gold bomber jacket - that's what I'm talking about. If you're not up for going top-to-toe in menswear then make sure you go all out on a key piece. Failing that, start small - mix in a beanie hat, jewellery and accessories. There are no definitive rules.

3. Mix up your favourite trends

You don't have to go for the street/sporty vibe like I have. Why not try a mannish brogue? A smart tailored blazer? Something you can team with your staple wardrobe pieces. But remember, the minimalist look is out - it's all about mix 'n' match brights.

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