BEAMS BOY, a fashion brand under the parent company of BEAMS, is a fashion brand for ladies with a design that has the element of a men’s clothing.
What is BEAMS BOY?
Started in 1998
This brand started in 1998, and this brand started out not only because of having women to wear men clothing, but also with the heavy duty clothing that men usually wear, hence Beams Boy was born.
Difference with other BEAMS brand
There are many other brands such as Ray BEAMS, BEAMS T & BEAMS+, but what makes this BEAMS BOY so special is that it is targeted to females who wanted a more casual fashion as compared to Ray BEAMS, and also being able to wear male clothes so they do not feel confined to feminine clothes.
3 BEAMS BOY Clothes
As you can see from the searched results, most of BEAMS BOY design is really simple, and there is no tinge of glamorous in it. Or perhaps I would say simplicity is at its best. You won’t need to worry what goes well with what because most of the clothing can be paired with anything and you will get your fashionable casual look in no time!
2. Want to Feel Feminine, but Dress up like a Guy
Recently, chino pants are quite popular not among the guys, but also the ladies! The chino pants are a great match to look mannish, but yet a feminine feel when you pair it with pumps!
3. Long Wavy Skirts
Long wavy skirts are also the in-thing in Japan right now, accentuating off the waist line, giving off a slender figure no matter what your figure is like. Another good news for those who are bigger in size, most of their skirts have elastic band so you need not to worry if you can fit into their sizes because we all know that Japan is famous for their small sizes.
I hope that this piece of information has been interesting and of course informational to you if you would like to try out a new fashion brand. I know that most people are willing to try, but I guess one of their concerns is whether this would suit my style or not. Well, one of my pointers is that if you worry that you don’t suit this style, try getting their basics as a starter and then probably it would be easier to start pairing off with other items!