I've always been a fan of suits for women (we can use the individual pieces much easier than our male counterparts!) but that's not the only way to interpret the "trend."
As with the full skirts - I don't think menswear ever really goes out of style.
One of the easiest way to incorporate menswear is with tailored details.
Think sharp shoulders and lapels.
This would be great with a lace camisole!
Keep the fit close (not baggy) to prevent looking like you raided your husbands closet.
And a boxy shape never really flattered anyone.
Although stealing his white shirt or his belt to "tie" around your waist is fine! For a great translation of this trend try your best jeans with one of your husbands white shirts under a fitted vest and a great pair of heels. Or, if the shirt is quite large on you, leave it unbuttoned and wear it like a wrap shirt over an embellished camisole (belt firmly or tuck it in to keep the shirt from coming unwrapped and flapping free.)
It's easy to bring a little menswear to your wardrobe with your outerwear.
I love that they kept the model's hair and heels feminine. I'm not a fan of looking too androgynous. Slicked back hair, manly shoes, and no makeup just doesn't work for me. But wearing oxfords with a cute plaid skirt would be brilliant!
Combining the masculine and feminine elements makes the look.
Lace with pinstripes.
Sharp tailoring with a soft blouse.
A full suit with a sparkly clutch.
Have fun with it!