Because you deserve to be the best dressed homo in the office. Header by Rory Midhani. Cool, same here. Cute girls are running around in matching camp t-shirts in nature and you and I are probably?
Butch chic: how the gender-neutral trend has ruined my wardrobe
Butch chic: how the gender-neutral trend has ruined my wardrobe | Fashion | The Guardian
Page is far from the first gay woman to discover new-found sartorial freedom after coming out. Though I realised I was into girls at around four, it took until 14 to come out, and then 17 to tell my mum. And now I wonder, like Page, how many women — straight or not — would benefit from never having to consider what a man — real or imagined — thought of their clothes. To me, butch chic is printed shirts without frills and skirts without peplums or lace — or any of those things that look pretty, or pretty uncomfortable depending how you look at it. It used to act as code for your sexuality but now things have changed. What was once lesbian code is now merely on-trend, thanks to the high-street ubiquity of unisex outfitters such as American Apparel and Uniqlo and the androgynous cuts of Scandinavian shops like Cos.
Lez Get Dressed For Work: The Suit-Not-Suit
The actual pieces; slacks, button-ups, ties, blazers, pocket squares etc, are all the same. There are tons of more feminine suit and tie combos out there that are cut to show off curves, and then everything in between. Here are my tips for establishing your new wardrobe as an aspiring soft butch professional. You might tailor this further depending on your field and location. If once you start working there you see people being more casual, follow their lead and take it down a notch.