Winter’s best footwear trends, part one of two: this installment is focusing on the dapper end of boots for our handsome MOC and tomboy-oriented readers out there, with styling tips and more!
Oh, wanna look great and stay warm? Thanks hats! But there are so many chapeaus to have, and how will you decide which ones are for you? Regardless of your personal style and/or gender presentation, there are certainly several hats for you. There are levels to daring headwear, and you’re about to get in the game!
Bluestockings Boutique owner Jeanna Kadlec felt strongly about producing original imagery that would represent queer and trans bodies and identities in a realistic, respectful, body positive way.
A big, soft sweater is the closest thing to wearing a hug all day; the perfect remedy for winter chills. Whether it’s paired with work slacks and oxfords or jeans and a long duster coat, relaxed knits will keep you comfy cozy (and just as cute as Drake is in his).
Enamel pins are the perfect teensy canvas for independent artists and cheeky retailers alike. Luckily, an infinite amount of meme-worthy catch phrases and images are available for your pinning pleasure.
Whether hanging with kittens or just makin’ cake with Ingrid Nielsen, Hannah Hart looks great. Who could resist a cutie in sweater and a beanie?
Even if you don’t believe in going all denim all the time, you need a solid denim shirt. Let’s find one for you!
Binx Walton, a current catwalk star, is a reoccurring figure in the street style circles. When blending insouciant cool with fresh-off-the-runway finds; athletic elements are key.
Don’t let your socks be a sartorial afterthought to your cozy layered fall looks — find your perfect gamechanging socks here!
After the initial shock of realizing that the months to come might be a little chilly, I just remember that denim jackets are perfect in times like these.
With the stunning Beaux-Arts Court at the Brooklyn Museum as its backdrop, eight queer designers donned their queer, trans, fat, brown and disabled models in an exclusive first look at this season’s boldest, brightest, queerest and most dapper Spring/Summer collections.
Wildfang’s most recent lookbook stars five kickass “retirement age” folks lookin’ so fine in suits and tees!
It’s 8 AM on the first day back to class and you’re hit with a conundrum: what to wear. Summertime dressing is easy; tanks with shorts, snapback and sundresses, it’s all laid back. But the days are a little cooler now, and so are you. So how does one get ready in the five minutes before the snooze?
In fashion, what once was will resurrect itself, time and time again. The Nineties ressurgence is still hangin’ on, and a multitude of next-gen chokers have come back into favour. This statement necklace is an easy way to make that tee and jeans combo look fresh!
Chuck Taylor All Stars go with everything. Perhaps not an Oscar dress, but anything short of an extremely formal gown looks wonderfully laid back with a pair. Even a suit looks great with them! In a myriad of colors and a wide range of sizes, I’d go so far as to say they’re a wardrobe classic.
Ten outfits (+ a bonus from Jenna Lyons) to make you want to wear all white before Labour Day, and long after.
Ilana Glazer’s namesake character on Comedy Central’s “Broad City” often has me yelling at the computer screen, gushing over whatever she’s thrown together. Two parts Forever21 and one part Tumblr, Ilana encapsulates what I love the most about summer style (even though she seems to wear it year round).
But you know what is great about being a queer gal or boi? Not giving a hoot about social norms around what “respectable ladies” are supposed to look like.
Autostraddle team members felt the breeze to reaffirm that crop tops can be worn by any one with a bod.
Including Autostraddle’s own Lydia and A-Camper Magda!