There's always some overlap between the two style philosophies: Tomboy and Feminine looks. In today's post I want to draw your attention to layered retro Tomboy looks which can be seen in the latest Harper's Bazaar China November issue. The editorial's name is Winter Daze. We see stunning, naturally messy pixie cut blond fashion model Erika Linder who poses in studio and street style images wearing awesome, unstructured silhouettes. Photographer Nagi Sakai manages to capture Erika in "masculine" layers. I think this mannish fashion separates look natural on her, nevertheless, Erika doesn't lose hold of her feminine side, despite the loose fits.
The fur coat covers tailored stand-up collar front zip jacket and silk white blouse tucked in jeans.
The loose-fit, black coat looks great atop cozy pullover. I love that modern touch which is seen through bold, white stripes.
The totally black look features a loose-fit, exaggerated jacket, relaxed, knitted sweater and wide, loose-fit trousers.
That's a sweet look, which includes an exaggerated, cozy, fur, fringy vest and beige cashmere maxi dress.
The cozy, long white coat looks great atop black and white flannel dress.
How about wearing a stylish black fedora hat teamed with wool blazer, layered, asymmetric maxi dress, wide leg pants and suede combat boots.
The black wool felt coat embellished with white feathers looks perfect styled with punk inspired combat boots.
Model: Erika Linder
Photographer: Nagi Sakai
Stylist: Katie Burnett
Hair: Roberto Di Cuia
Make-up: Georgi Sandev