Love Nicolette Mason’s sweet yet poised style? Here’s how to get it for yourself.
Black nail polish will inherit the earth.
Blogger, stylish human and businesswoman extraordinaire Nicolette Mason wed her longtime partner Ali Talan at Wythe Hotel in NYC this weekend in what just might be the cutest gay wedding ever.
If you need me between now and late fall, you can find me poolside, roadside, on the metro, at work, laying in the bench in my bay window, and grocery shopping in the same silhouette: a crop top and high-waisted bottoms.
Palazzo pants are everywhere and they are so happy to see you.
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.
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.
Vintage inspired, cheeky and plain ol’ fun, get set for a dapper femme tux set (jacket + trousers) and the sweetest pink frock I ever did see outside of a 1950’s prom.
But if you aren’t naturally masculine leaning in your sartorial choices, how do you let everyone know about your lady loving? What if all you want to do is wear traditionally “femme” clothing?
Alright. You’ve found the brunch meet-up in your city, you are super excited to eat (and eat and eat) but one MAJOR thing stands in your way. You. Still. Need. To. Get. Dressed.
Mey! Aja! Bevin! We love you so much, you fierce femmes!
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.
This year I’m going to test out all my crazy new styles right in the middle of snow storms. Starting with thigh-high stockings over tights.
Lydia is a queer femme who writes an acclaimed personal style blog, Style Is Style. She’s been featured in BUST and Rookie but this is the very first official interview where she’s talking about coming out and being queer! Also her style is AMAZING. Prepare to fall in love.
What do you wear when you’ve got places to go and people to see but the first snow of the season is upon us?
Looking for the perfect gift for the Spooky Femme in your life? We’ve got all the black dresses, atmospheric accessories and black cats you could ever want.
“I find that every person knows at least one crazy cat lady.”
Mel won the Kipper Clothiers campership this time around, and you’ll know why when you see her amazing style. A third-time camper and longtime reader, she talks about Toronto, working at a hotel, her Filipino family, and (duh) A-Camp.
The leaves are just barely starting to change and though it’s 80 degrees during the day it’s starting to get chilly at night. Your friends are all going to the local dyke bar’s “Back to School” night and this seems like a good time to put on your Saturday night best and flirt with some cuties.
Body suits, high-waisted pants and big gold hoops? We must be stripping down Jessie J.