“Swaddled in cardigans, ensconced in sweaters— Mommis are at their most powerful when the temperature drops below 70 degrees. In their honor, here is a fall fashion guide that will allow you to usurp some of their power for your own!”
“I’m a longtime reader who’s ready to play with gender more intentionally in my outfits, but I’m not sure what that looks like. Flannel? Button downs? Dresses? Obviously my first thought for who to look to for inspiration was Carol the dog.”
“My style icon is Nancy Meyers’ interpretation of a middle-aged white woman after she’s decided to pull herself together sometime in the second act. Wow that is… I feel very called out by own self.”
“The boots fit. They fit in every way I had never known that other clothing didn’t. They fit in the way that frilly, muddy dresses fit my sister; the way that a black cocktail dress fit Audrey Hepburn; the way that pillbox hats fit Jackie Onassis.”
The inevitable list of ways to wear bandanas.
“I crush the patriarchy like a empty water bottle between my bare hands via my clothing.”
No yelling! Ok, we’ve got bisexual women’s health, women in politics, black beekeepers, a gender-neutral God, underground abortions, and so much more!
Are you looking to get into menswear? Or have you been wearing it for some time, but would like to dive a little deeper? Let’s talk about shirt terminology, what kind of shirt to wear when, how to find the right shirt fit, and beyond.
Pair with a cigar (actual smoking not necessary) and some slick butch swagger.
Here’s how to nail Jughead’s classic lesbian look.
A look back on freelancers’ style writing in 2017, plus why you’ll want to give them a follow.
A day in the life of LGBTQ fashion/lifestyle/activist staple Anita Dolce Vita, who does more in a day than you would have thought possible.
“Can you sneak into her closet and take a pic of the ones she has (just side on hanging up is fine).”
Pieces that are easy to throw on and look good when little else is easy at all.
‘Tis the season to get cute and cozy.
Gender Free World’s cuts accommodate large hips, busts, and more — not because they want a world without gender, but because they don’t think your gender should restrict your fashion choices.
For Halloween or for every day, here’s how to stitch up a look inspired by your favorite fictional queer women.
A bunch of everyday items for clueless queers like me who want to feel confident, look cute, and — most importantly — be comfy.
Trousers, jeans, and shorts that fit your body and your gender.
(Without camping outside a Supreme store.)