The Vicomte A. women's shirt
Vicomte A. is a heritage brand that has always offered an exhaustive wardrobe that guarantees a casual chic style, skilfully mixing tradition and modernity to give life to an original and inspiring wardrobe. With this unique DNA, it offers women and men a subtle mixed wardrobe.
A major piece if ever there was one, the women's shirt signed Vicomte A., is distinguished by a perfect cut, sometimes sober, sometimes coloured or printed, made of quality materials, from which each woman can choose to create an outfit between urbanwear and sportswear, chic and cool but also elegant, just what is needed.
The proof is in the tricolour Cedric shirt, to be worn open over a tank top or a close-fitting dress, tied above the hips over a chino rolled up at the ankles, or loose and low-cut, or the Clea shirt, guaranteed to create a torrid safari atmosphere... In the night version, this gives the Conrad model matched with a blazer, for a dark beauty atmosphere, or the Clay shirt made of linen that glides nonchalantly over the skin. What could be more trendy than a masculine girl?
Women's shirts: how do they make them their own?
A night dress in times less than twenty years old, the shirt has over time taken over the "day" wardrobe of the male wardrobe. Initially labelled as a "classic" accessory, the shirt has been able to cross the barriers of style to enter the sphere of everyday life. And on the other hand, it has been taken over by women. How do they twist it? Here's how.
An Oxford shirt with a tie, blazer and flannel trousers for the office. An immaculate shirt with a collar and bib, a bow tie and a dark dinner jacket for the red carpet. A floral print shirt over a chino rolled up at the ankle for a Sunday stroll. A linen shirt with rolled-up sleeves worn with sneakers and a cap, or even a straw hat, to feel like you're on holiday. So many typically masculine outfits, sometimes elegant and traditional, sometimes chic and casual, other times classy but always cool... that ladies can completely adapt to the feminine. Seduce by suggesting and blurring the lines rather than revealing: long live boyishness!
There are many female icons who have appropriated the man's shirt. Romy Schneider comes to mind, a fan of the half-open shirt subtly tied above the navel. To Jane Birkin, a graceful and ravishing brunette adorably drowned in XXL shirts tucked into her high-waisted used denim. To major androgynous Hollywood figures such as the sublime Katharine Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich, to name but a few... Androgyny, or the art and manner of blurring the lines and refining one's silhouette by adopting new codes.