Women & Suspenders – when confidence and gender equality meet
Let’s be honest. Is there any fashion item that women cannot wear? Women have a reputation for “borrowing” men’s garments and looking stunning – and often incredibly confident and attractive – in them.
From flannel shirts, baggy pants and even boxer briefs, women wear it all. So...what about suspenders? If a woman wears suspenders, she rarely does it to hold her trousers up. Suspenders for women are a fashion accessory that bring out the curves and adds a pinch of wit and malice. Don’t forget that the only suspenders that were specifically created for women are those that hold up stockings! At the same time, women in suspenders remind the whole world that women wear what they want to wear, when they want to wear it. Suspenders on a woman scream out a strong society and fashion statement: “Hey guys! We can do it too, equally well, - if not better - and we look great!”
Annie Hall introduced the unisex look for working women in the 1970’s, a look that singer Annie Lennox brought to the international stage; her short haired, dark suit and brightly colored suspenders look soon became (and still is) a popular trend in the unisex fashion world. In the 2000’s, women started to wear suspenders as a fashion accessory, often letting them hanging from the waist for a cool look. Although typically masculine and identified with a manly attitude, women in suspenders are neither less attractive nor less feminine. This is why Wiseguy Suspenders have introduced the “Do Not Cross" print, as a mean to demand the same or greater respect granted to classy men in suspenders. Have a look at the strong and confident women wearing Wiseguy Suspenders and get a pair today!
|Color||Yellow, black and brass colored metal parts|
|Wide||1.36 inch / 3,5 cm|
|Lenght||fits for bodylength 5'2"- 6.4" / 1.60 m - 1.95 m|
|Leather parts||authentic nubuck leather in black|