Dressed Undressed always throws in something just a little bit interesting on their runways. This season, the Tokyo catwalks were competing alongside Seoul’s, but Dressed Undressed still managed to bring something unique to the table.
One of the main themes of the show was the androgynous vibe. Many of the females marched the runway in masculine looks while some of the men delicately strutted the catwalk in short shorts and silk overlays.
Several of the looks simply crossed the gender line ever-so-slightly as both male and female models both sported almost the exact same long as they walked together on the runway. We loved the white tshirt and grey pants, perfect for a basic female or male look.
There was even an interesting take on a basic black pant for both men and women, the half short, half pant. Not sure how practical that particular garment is for a spring day in the office, but we get the point that Dressed Undressed is trying to make.
Some of the trends spotted in the Dressed Undressed collection were long, waterproof trenches that would be perfect for spring rain layered over tshirts and even leg warmers. BDMOTP especially loved the oversize navy blazer layered over a white tee with a red block stripe — a serious statement.
Whether or not you and your lady friend plan to wear matching outfits, Dressed Undressed makes their point — the gender line is blurred these days, especially when it comes to fashion. And while we may not sport the exact same outfit as our partner, this blurred line just gives us more options when deciding what to wear each day.
Words by Lori Zaino and photos from Dressed Undressed.