Sporty? Flirty? Femme? Whatever your underwear vibe is, bralettes are here for you, and they’re SO COMFORTABLE.
More often than not growing up, my closet was my salvation.
‘Tis the season to get cute and cozy.
I love going to the gym, but finding comfy activewear that also reflects my gender is not easy.
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.
Most of my button-downs come from the men’s section, so they’re not made for busts like mine. Luckily, with practice and perseverance, I’ve figured a few things out.
In a scary time in the U.S. as a queer trans non-binary brown child of immigrants with mental illness, fashion gives me back a measure of control.
I’m supposed to be all suited up for work, but almost all dapper possibilities come from the men’s section, and are double my size.
Buying whole new outfits is hard, and expensive — so here are some of the sharpest ties, socks, pocket squares, and other little touches in stores right now.
Wildfang just dropped their summer collection, and if you’re in need of swanky suiting or statement tees, you’re in luck.
You can wear this GET IT TOGETHER t-shirt on days when you’re Scorpin’ Out.
One morning I woke up and realized I was completely unsatisfied with (almost) my entire closet, and have since been on a journey to find my style-of-center, mixing Goodwill finds with brand-name bits from the sale rack.
There’s something particularly striking, for example, about a monochromatic outfit with one bright pink detail. It says, “I am chic and serious but also fun and clever. Here, watch me shotgun this La Croix.”
We’ve got looks that speak to Bratty Femmes, Gender Non-conforming Haus Bois, Fat Femmes, Androgynous Babes and beyond.
Ari Fitz debuts PROMBOYISH, a two-part miniseries spotlighting solid tomboy prom looks.
“I suggest power poses whenever you want to feel more like an adult regardless of whether or not you are wearing children’s clothing.”
“I identify as a Black, lesbian woman, and outside of that, I ain’t got no answers.”
I think I’d gotten it into my head that disability is always, on some level, supposed to feel bad. Like if I fought myself all the time, I was somehow doing it right. I worried that if gave up the femininity I’d worked so hard for, I’d just be giving in. As someone who has a lot of privilege, I thought it was my job to be the right kind of woman, even if I didn’t enjoy it.
“Objectively, aesthetically, I find women’s clothes attractive. Just… on other women. But I’m intensely uncomfortable wearing them. There’s something about the way they’re made that make me feel like I’m on display. And that’s true, isn’t it? Women are always on display because they are always someone else’s property. Everyone else’s property.”
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