There’s one thing I’m not chill about and that thing is autumn.
Trousers, jeans, and shorts that fit your body and your gender.
There are some adorable outwear options for tomboys, too.
“Whether it’s metallic details, leather-y looks, or fabric that’s slashed or bound together with laces, Robbins often has a spectacular Mad Max: Thunderdome-type thing goin’ on. Hot.”
Tips for developing “your look” without a personal stylist.
Tips for sewing dapper garments to fit your curvy, busty or plus-size body, at any level of sewing know-how.
Other great trends for this fat queers this summer include aliens, tweed, Bodysuits and beachwear as formal wear.
We’ve got looks that speak to Bratty Femmes, Gender Non-conforming Haus Bois, Fat Femmes, Androgynous Babes and beyond.
What happens when you get four models with bodies and identities that aren’t usually visible in fashion to do a lingerie shoot? Come see for yourself.
Whether you wear straight or plus sizes (or both, it’s a thing), are into flirty high fashion, minimalist chic, or a watercolor world of sweet mod vibes, there’s a lot here for you today!
Although there is a time and place for inexpensive high street finds, it’s positive to see the industry move towards making higher quality garments accessible to larger sized folks, who want more than just “flattering” fit and flare dresses.
Let us help you pick out the perfect robe for comfort, warmth, bed, or boudoir.
Love Nicolette Mason’s sweet yet poised style? Here’s how to get it for yourself.
A few handpicked stories about representation and revolution at NYFW that you’ll definitely want to know about.
Blogger and HBIC extraordinaire Gabi Fresh just released her lookbook with ASOS. Sumptuous and opulent, it’s refreshing to see such a fashion forward, trend aware collection made exclusively for plus sized bodies.
Autostraddle team members felt the breeze to reaffirm that crop tops can be worn by any one with a bod.
Dipping into my summer wardrobe for the first time reminded me just how far I’ve come in learning to love my body.
“Yes, the queers have always been a force in fashion, but they’ve been behind the scenes. Queer Fashion Week puts us in the spotlight. The mission was to showcase artists, stylists, and designers who create work for all body types and genders.”
Is “Fatshion” still a thing we’re saying? Either way, here’s some cool clothes to add to your wishlist.
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.