Keepin’ it warm. Keepin’ it cool.
In honor of the second season coming out tomorrow, I give you the coolest Stranger Things…er…things I’ve found on the internet.
Halloween is almost here! Here’s how to nail the look of your favorite characters from this year’s TV shows, movies, and video games.
Do you like sex? Do you like awesome minimalist jewelry? I have some news for you!
A bunch of everyday items for clueless queers like me who want to feel confident, look cute, and — most importantly — be comfy.
From a Texas Tuxedo to full-on sapphic circus garb, here’s what you’ll need.
I have personally selected the nerdiest and gayest enamel pins for your denim jacket, here you go.
Escape the tyranny of waistbands in these extra long tee- and sweatshirts.
Super cute flats, sandals, and pumps up to at least a size 13.
(Without camping outside a Supreme store.)
Annie Clark takes things I think I’d never wear in a million years and suddenly, I need them.
A reader asked for some wedding looks for a person with an androgynous/femme aesthetic that they could wear to a straight family member’s wedding and I immediately asked to make a style guide because getting fancy for grandma while still feeling like myself is one of my favorite things to do.
Whatever kind of jacket you’re wearing this year, here are the cutest, queerest buttons with which to adorn yourself.
These science-y kitchen gadgets will make you feel like wearing a lab coat instead of an apron.
This isn’t just gonna be another post about, like, Apple Watches. I know y’all already know about those.
(Oprah voice) laaaayeriiiiing!
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.
A list of stores that are amazing resources for dressing a gender neutral child.
Fanny packs by Tumblr fandom because that’s how my brain works apparently!
Somebody pass me a smoothie and a sword, these deals are on fire!