Fashion is about taking chances, experimenting, daring to be bold while wearing something that you’re comfortable in.
Dilettante interested in... practically everything. Football, cricket, photography, films, TV, poetry, music, writing, fashion and beauty, gender and sexuality. Also poststructuralism and systems thinking. I’m kind of a nerd. Nonbinary (he/him), bisexual, vegan, pro-Oxford comma.
Some places do like a 3D website that you can walk around and talk to real people and buy stuff (unlike Meta’s Horizon Worlds where there’s no one to be found).
If you’re interested in skirts but don’t know your mermaids from your peplums, we’ve got the beginner’s guide that you need.
If you’re confused about the difference between a below-the-knee skirt and a midi skirt, well we have solidarity with you. But maybe these pics will help.
Contrary to popular opinion, Harry Styles did not invent men wearing dresses.
“What does it do?” “Nothing.” “Really, what does it do?” “Whatever it does, it’s doing it now.”
Review: Dragman, by Steven Appleby
Funny, sad, touching, triggering, endearing and heartwarming, and that’s just the cover. Read it, now.
Make no bones about it; these may be marketed to women, but they’re as unisex as briefs get.
PSA: this is not a book about one of the most historically inaccurate films of modern times.
It’s a problem that has haunted mankind since the dawn of time; is it possible to find a gender-free suspender belt?