Men Fashion In Munich, Germany

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You know we’ve seen this before. Kind of. With Thom Browne and his men skirts suits. We’ve seen it in Marc Jacobs, a couple of times. Now let’s take a good look at Marcel here.

Marcel is a fashion designer and he’s wearing a caftan made by Anja Pawlik paired with Zara shoes, Falke tights and Balenciaga glasses. I’m unaware if the shoes are for men or not, however, my main focus here is the dress. I may be used to seeing dresses on women bodies, I may even feel a bit distracted by his short sleeves, but Marcel doesn’t look good to me. Not dressed like this! How about you? Cast your vote right after the image! (photo via)

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#1 Adriana on 06.18.10 at 7:18 am

I love the effort (some) travestites make to look perfect. This is a different thing though. I would hate this look on a woman/girl too! He looks like a sort of scary nun! Ugh…..

#2 Richard on 07.02.10 at 7:37 am

I havent been able to try different styles but I am into the leggings and tights scene. Wearing with cargo, gym, or casual print shorts and loafers, sneakers, or nice pair of shoes. A dress for men, interesting approach. Falk tights though with the shoes is acceptable. Another option would be for some boots.

#3 JohnH on 01.27.11 at 12:47 pm

I don’t care for the way he slouches. He needs to stand up straight. Conventional men’s shoes are simply too heavy for a short dress like that. He would look much better with at least moderate heels.

If the dress were longer (mid calf to ankle length) then conventional men’s shoes could work.

I for one am thoroughly sick and tired of the rigid restrictions place on men by society of what they can wear.

#4 Kayla on 03.19.12 at 10:51 am

I love the concept, I’m not a fan of the tights though. Perhaps a trim fitted pant that’s straighter through the leg in a complimentary color would work better with this… the black tights over accentuate the curves of his calves and clash with the straight line of the dress. I would also maybe drop the waist line a bit. With the waist line so high, it really shortens his torso, dropping it down closer to the natural waist would be more flattering.

#5 JohnH on 03.19.12 at 11:14 am

I disagree with Kayla about mixing pants with a dress. One should either wear one or the other but not both.

The dress is a bit too straight and needs to conform to the model’s figure more closely or the skirt part needs to be fuller.

I am nit-picking but someone that is bow-legged like that model really needs to have a longer dress.

#6 Branden on 12.27.14 at 9:59 am

I would change a few things but other than that it’s great. Different shoes, different leggings (he needs no shine) . Bracelet on one arm -for asymmetry. And take off either the cap or glasses. One or the other not both.

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