To us suiting is democratic and your individuality should always shine through the threads. To illustrate this point of view the InWear team has styled different suiting items to best fit their personal style.

 

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Combining forces, the team behind InWear, consists of women with a 30 year age range and completely different professional and personal styles, interests and lives. We are joined by a common sense of style, drive and love of what we do and together we work towards refining and redefining the new classic wardrobe. A space where age, size and geography does not define how you feel or how you dress. INWEAR EGALITARIAN is a celebration of our strengths, skills and heritage.

“I like to provoke and push gender conformity with my look. I guess you could say I am a bit sculptural, oversize, Asian/Japanese with a hint of punk!”

- Malene

 

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“I usually like wearing full suits, here styled with one big earring. This makes me feel powerful and confident.”

– Anna

 

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“I have a no nonsense approach to my style; jeans, blazer and a top. Simple with focus on silhouette and texture. I deliberately choose blazers a size too big for the purpose of an oversize look for instance. Simple and understated.”

– Anne

 

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“I often wear a leather belt with my suiting pants – it’s my thing. I also always mix tops and bottoms to never wear a full suit in one single colour.”

– Katrine

 

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“I try to couple the feminine with masculine in the traditional sense of the terms. I prefer to soften the appearance of the tailored suit by pairing it with a fluid fine gauge sweater or a feminine top.”

– Jette

 

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“Everything I wear is oversize, most importantly my suits. I feel much more confident that way and I like to play on my small stature making me even smaller in a big blazer.”

– Grethe

 

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“I like the boyish fit of an oversize suit but also want to feel feminine. So I often pair my blazers with jeans or a longer skirt to contrast the silhouette. To me, quality and sustainability is very important and I want my wardrobe to be longlasting and compliment what I already own.”

– Selma

 

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