As for keeping your hands warm, the best way to go is a faux fur muff. I really don’t understand why people don’t still wear muffs all the time. They’re great! They double as a great way to keep your hands nice and cozy and an excuse to make lesbian sex jokes.
As far as winter footwear is concerned you have two choices: fashion or function. That doesn’t mean your choices are “look cute and freeze” or “stay dry and sacrificing lookin’ winsome.” Lovely human, you’ve got options.
Don’t let an all-black dress code get you down. Use pieces you already own to create pulled-together looks worthy of the holiday season.
This year, rather than scoffing at the isle of misfit sweaters and hats no one wants to play reindeer games in, I challenge you to embrace the hideousness. Allow yourself to lower your guards to the bright reds, greens, silvers, and blues and really snuggle into some ugliness.
In my youthful exuberance, many crimes against fashion and dignity were committed. Not this year.
Now I know that a burning log of wood on a TV screen doesn’t bring the same warmth as a real, live fireplace but there is something oddly comforting about watching a loop of a fire for a solid 4 hours. You can grab some cookies, whip up some boozey eggnog and catch up with pals. Or just take a nap. What exactly does one wear to sit still for a solid afternoon? I’m glad you asked.
Something truly wonderful is happening. Cosmetic companies are expanding their lipstick colors beyond the standard red-orange-pink-purple-burgundy spectrum and into the land of black, yellow, green and blue lipstick.
My resistance to the chill of winter eventually gives way to the realization that I can wear my trusty sweaters again — here are four ways to look great doing it.
No one but no one can ever truly be Mr. Rogers except Mr. Rogers. That doesn’t mean we can’t all try to dress like Mr. Rogers. That doesn’t mean we can’t all strive to be like Mr. Rogers.
For me, the beginning of Autumn means a bit of a closet assessment. I take it as a chance to visit old friends — hi, fuzzy granddad cardigans — and also figure out what no longer works/what I’ll ideally be wearing all season.
These aren’t rules. There are no rules. Tomboy femme is its own collage of styles, which gives us the most freedom when it comes to presenting and dressing however we damn well please. Go experiment.
You’ve got to have a layer strategy. I’ve styled a couple outfits that proactively anticipate both torrential downpours and super sunny skies.
Climbing out of the grips of the polar vortex, it can be hard to find inspiration for warmer weather. I’ve been combing various media outlets and settled on a few pick to share with y’all!
Have no worries lil’ femme chick-adees, I’m here to give you the top 5 pieces of clothing to add to your wardrobe that will instantly spike up anyone’s gaydar without getting an Alternative Lifestyle Haircut.
There’s a good chance that someone you know is getting ready to tie the knot. Go fetch your prettiest handkerchiefs and let’s help you get dressed for the happy occasion.
Sugar and spice and lace and bra-fitting and lingerie and everything nice.
Wearing bras can be just as empowering and bold as rallying naked in the streets at Pride. But for anyone interested in not wearing a bra, here are some alternatives!
If you hear “AA” and don’t think “batteries,” this bra guide is for you!
“Gazing at my reflection, I was dumbfounded. Could it be? Could I really be wearing JEANS?”
As a fellow queerdo and style oriented lady, I’d love to talk to you (yes, you) about developing your personal style.