The VEEA label runs sweepstakes and contests, so you can get inspired and maybe win some free clothing at the same time. You can also get great tips on how to take measurements and get the best fit in different pieces of clothing.
4. Wild Fang
“Where tomboys call home. We’re female Robinhoods, liberating menswear one bow tie at a time and curating the raddest tomboy,” states the clothing brand’s Tumblr. It bills itself as clothing for tomboys, appropriating menswear-inspired pieces. Bonus? Casey Legler and Kate Moenning have both modeled for the line.
Ashleigh Bingham is a grad student, but in her spare time she is here for all your queer fashion needs. “Growing up in a conservative family, I didn’t think it was possible to do what I do today. I wasn’t even sure people like me could exist and be successful,” she writes. She recently shared 50 different androgynous styles in her “50 Days Of Dapper” challenge.
Marimacho is a Brooklyn-based clothing brand that’s the creation of a couple who saw a need for masculine clothes that would fit diverse bodies – who would have thought, right? The page features their own line, but also draws on other great brands and some celeb-inspiration.
The perfect blend of “How-To” and DIY fashion tips – it’s hard not to get lost in here for hours. In the voice of dapperQ’s “Transgressor-in-Chief” Susan Herr: “For dapperQ’s, fashion is not seen as an end. It is, instead, a means to expressing our ever-evolving capacity to advance change in a world that sorely needs it. DapperQ is intended not only to inform but to inspire those of us simply dressing to fight the good fight each day.” Check out their main site as well.
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