With winter making it’s way towards us faster than ever, it’s time to figure out how you’re going to keep your feet stylish and warm this year.
The experts are here to share the tips of the trade.
To get the look, you need to know about sizing and fit. We’re talking buttons, lapels, jacket lengths and trouser drops! Sounds dirty but it isn’t.
Whether you’re a neophyte or have a closet full of suits, I bet you can use a refresher on suit lexicon.
Get ready to think beyond sweaters. We’ve got six models who know that it’s the little things that make the outfit.
Nothing says “dashing” quite like a homemade bow tie.
How to decide who wear heels when neither of you is The Tall One and break the news that you won’t be wearing a dress.
In the last installment on out queer survival guide to weddings, we’ve got a tale of two disasters, a guide on finding your balance and advice on giving the right kind of fucks.
On being brave when all you feel is panic and bringing out your inner superhero when your sig oth starts freaking out.
Our three wonderstylists will have you feeling good, looking gorgeous.
In which we kick off our four part wedding series with a little inspiration from DapperQ.
What to get the queer who has everything. Or what to get yourself because hey, you deserve a present today.
“For queer women, clothing is about much more than what you’re wearing. Clothing allows us to create an identity for ourselves—and to control how other people view us and consider us.”
“I’m all about Lisa Frank right now because of what she means to my understanding of gender, sexuality, and the fluid nature of both.”
“Butches & Femmes paved the way for tons of fantastic lesbians, radical queers, revolutionary feminists, and really awful (and awesome) hairstyles that came after them.”
“Is that a lady or man? Times have changed and lines are blurred and I don’t understand.”
This time, the handsome models take on the country’s top universities and honey BBQ cheetos.
“If you feel it, Rock it.”
In which we remember a whole year of sharp-dressed queers and the confidence they’ve given you, with a look ahead to even more Dapper Q, right here on Autostraddle!
Anita Dolce Vita from dapperQ helps you navigate the potentially problematic world of retail dressing rooms.