Would You Wear a Menswear Look Like Diane?

08/19/2009 at 02:16 PM ET

Flynet

From oxford loafers to boyfriend blazers, hints of menswear are popping up all over the place. And we’re big fans of this effortless, polished trend. Recently, Diane Kruger took the style to a new level at the Melbourne premiere of Inglourious Basterds. She wore a Chanel ensemble complete with a black bowtie, suspenders over a crisp white sleeveless shirt and pleat-front pants with slicked-back hair, a simple leather watch and patent Mary-Jane heels by Christian Louboutin. We’re loving her bold interpretation of the
masculine-chic look. Always gorgeous and fashion forward, Kruger really pulls it off. But could we? Tell us: Would you wear menswear head to toe? –Emmy Parsons

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veronica on

not feeling this look.

Davida on

I love the menswear look and Diane looks amazing here. I would totally rock something like this. Suspenders and all:-)

Mason on

I’m a guy and I wouldn’t even wear something like that!

brandi on

I think this look went out with bustèr keaton.

monique on

I think she rocks it-but I think I would look like Charlie Chaplin!

Camille on

YES I WOULD BUT NOT WITH THE BOWTIE

Lena on

Absolutely not. She looks like an extra in a Robert Palmer video.

Remy on

I love suspenders <3

loon4u on

I love it. There’s nothing sexier than a girl who can pull off the masculine look with her clothes.

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