While the ladylike trend might have been seen all over the AW15 catwalks, there was no shortage of more mannish, tailored separates to keep every kind of girl happy, too.
Hello wide-leg trousers, hola sharp shirts, bonjour polo necks and overalls and guten tag tailored suits with an oversized edge.
Read on to see our top tips on how to wear the trend this season…
The chambray shirt
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This must be the easiest way to take on the masculine trend – and doesn’t necessarily require spending heaps of cash.
Take a pair of skinny jeans (preferably in dark blue) you already own, and roll up the cuffs to show off a bit of your ankles. Pair with any kind of lace-up trainer, but stick with metallics to really nail the luxe element of the trend.
Wear your chambray buttoned up like you mean business and you’re good to go.
Many shades of grey
Grey is a favourite in minimal circles, and this season’s love of the shade sees layering of greys upon greys upon greys.
Start with a light, clean base and layer different shapes and textures over the top, making sure to wear prints in your smaller areas, to balance out your shape.
Stick with wide legs and a long crop for your trouser silhouettes, finishing the whole look off with some chunky sandals (or brogues when it rains).
Roll neck top, £9.99, New Look. Coat, £49.99, New Look. Culottes, £35, River Island. Birkenstocks, £59.50, ASOS.
The new season suit
It’s loosely tailored, full of sheen and has a luxe ’70s edge.
We’re wearing our wide-leg trousers with clean, white trainers but if you need the extra height, opt for a platform brogue or boot.
Stick to one, earthy tone but don’t be afraid to break up the look a bit with some smart stripes.
H&M Studio suit. Roll neck, £12, Boohoo. Adidas Originals Stan Smiths, £60, Next.
Overalls are everything
Not only have overalls been a mainstay in the fashion world for the year 2015, but they are also SUPER comfortable to wear, too.
This beaut from Boohoo ticks the checkered trend and exudes masculine vibes all in one purse-friendly hit.
Wear a crispy, striped shirt underneath to overload on monochrome goodness and stay all the more cosy by teaming with slip-on, trainers.
Overalls, £20, Boohoo. Shirt, Jaeger @ Brand Alley. Slip-on trainers, £24, River Island.
The striped shirt
If you only buy one item this autumn, make it a relaxed, striped shirt.
This staple can be worn under overalls, with blazers or simply tucked into some super luxe-looking wide-leg trousers, as we’ve done here.
For that real ‘undone but totally put-together’ vibe we all want to master, half-tuck your shirt and half-cuff your sleeves. Wear with trainers, of course.
Shirt, £12.99, New Look. Wide-leg trousers, £38, Simply Be. Adidas Originals Stan Smiths, £60, Next.
Come on camel
Outside of navy, black and grey, camel is up there with the hues best suited to the masculine trend.
If a wide-leg trouser doesn’t work with your body type – try a flared number instead, high-waisted to balance out any curves you have on top.
Keep the proportions right – and the whole look tied together – with a longline, tailored blazer in black.