With androgynous looks on the rise, unisex menswear pieces like the bow-tie blouse are taking women’s fashion by storm. As seen on a countless Fall 2015 ready-to-wear runways, top designers such as Gucci, Valentino, Versace and other have mastered the trend seamlessly. Gucci paired its pussycat bow blouses of muted colors and playful cherry blossom patterns with boy-cut pants, blazers and loafers.
Other designers took a similar approach for a perfect balance of femininity and masculinity. Now for the age-old question: Who wore it better?
Here are some of the bow-tie blouses we’ve added to our fall wardrobe, as well as shots from our fashion archives that show the look.