Even the most “accessible” queer fashion can feel intimidating when you only see it on celebs – that’s why we’ve assembled real-life queers to show you how real people are wearing wardrobe staples and celeb-inspired fashion. Today: gay boots!
Wearable blankets, anyone?
What does a winter coat say about the time in your life when you wore it?
I’ve lived in the essentially winter-less Los Angeles, mild D.C., cold New York and colder Ann Arbor, and completely frigid Chicago — and now I’m here to guide you.
Pieces that are easy to throw on and look good when little else is easy at all.
“If nothing else, what I can offer you is the ability to recreate the looks I’ve found through the power of the Internet and its unlimited shopping cart. And if you want to lie and tell people your outfit’s from Value Village to gain queer credibility, I’m not looking.”
How to wear this season’s (probably) hottest trends — if instead of wearing any other clothes you just really want to wear bodysuits.
On the fence about your next outerwear move? No worries, we’ve got you.
Crosswalks are impassable and the city is frozen tundra.
You know it’s only a matter of time until we get a storm that’s, you know, as big a deal as predicted (sorry not sorry Juno). Here are three ways to dress up those stretchy pairs of gloves you can find at Target for $1.
As for keeping your hands warm, the best way to go is a faux fur muff. I really don’t understand why people don’t still wear muffs all the time. They’re great! They double as a great way to keep your hands nice and cozy and an excuse to make lesbian sex jokes.
As far as winter footwear is concerned you have two choices: fashion or function. That doesn’t mean your choices are “look cute and freeze” or “stay dry and sacrificing lookin’ winsome.” Lovely human, you’ve got options.
Finding your uniform is such a weirdly freeing experience because a uniform gives you structure and then lets you go hog wild when it comes to colors, patterns, and textures.
My resistance to the chill of winter eventually gives way to the realization that I can wear my trusty sweaters again — here are four ways to look great doing it.