Androgynous fashion has been a common thing in the West since ’70 and ’80. From Freddie Mercury to David Bowie, the musicians and actors have always been gender-neutral with their clothing without thinking twice, which has continued in a much broader aspect now.
With Harry Styles and Matty Healy wearing skirts and dresses almost on a daily basis, the West has continued the tradition of androgynous style. Coming to Bollywood, the actors have unknowingly embraced gender-neutral clothing in the ’80s and ’90s through their choice in colours and style of clothing.
Now, actors like Ranveer Singh and Jim Sarbh have embraced the art of androgynous fashion in their own way. In simpler words, androgynous fashion is something that suits the taste of both genders. It has been making quite a noise on the red carpets and runways across the world.
Check out the actors who perfected the androgynous style in the own way.
Singh is widely known for his statement choices on the red carpet. The actor has also expressed androgynous style in his own way. He chose to opt for this black skirt along with tuxedo for a red carpet event, making it look bold in his own manner.
Sarbh wore this flowy lace blouse and skirt along with jewellery that made the entire look stand out. His Instagram is proof that style can be bent according to your taste and mood. From floral prints to breezy tunics, the actor has a true sense of style even for everyday wear clothing.
Ayushmann Khurrana put a traditional touch on the gender-neutral trend. He combined bandhgala along with a black skirt, perfecting the traditional yet modern monochrome look. The actor has been seen wearing trending styles such as neon, sequins and others, which is why he knows what he wears and never worries about experimenting with new looks.
Like his brother, Aparshakti Khurrana has also been spotted sporting numerous trends this year. Now, the actor has also followed the footsteps of his brother and experimented with a similar look. The only difference was that he chose a plain black blazer coat instead of bandhgala. The outer lining of the blazer added the depth to the monochrome look.