Think You Know What 'Queer' Looks Like? Think Again. Think You Know What 'Queer' Looks Like? Think Again. Life Updates && Media Mentions. Hello world!
I’ve been MIA for the last two weeks, but I’m back! This past month has been quite the whirlwind of events- I graduated from college! It still hasn’t sunk in completely yet, but I made it. I’ve also recently moved into my first apartment and have just been able to start settling into it. There were several senior week events leading up to commencement that only made the whole “graduating” thing even more surreal. HER The Lesbian App - The 11 Best Fashion Lesbian Tumblr Blogs For Stylish Queer Girls. Tumblr is basically the best online thing to happen to lesbians that like fashion so, to all Freja Beha and Jil Sander wannabes out there, we have compiled this list of our favourite lesbian style Tumblrs.
Hopefully these will inspire you to dress more dapper in the future. The Freckled Femme. Femmetellect. I just finished reading Whipping Girl, which my brother bought me for Christmas.
It was actually rather surprising gift to recieve from a generally homo and trans phonbic person. Which leads me to suspect that he didn’t acutually choose it. Regardless of where the book came from, it is still a brilliant book. Qwear — Qwear. 5 Fashionable Ways to Signal Your Queer Girl Status. I get it grrrl.
You all up in the club trying to pick up some nice lady to snuggle with (clothes optional), but you keep getting ignored because everyone thinks you are the straight friend that just came along for the homo-erotic ride. I’m Here, I’m Queer, and I Have Nothing To Wear: The Queer Style Blogs that are Saving My Life Right Now. I’m a newly out queer person.
A freshly squeezed piece of rainbow. 7 Fabulous Fashion Blogs for Lesbians ... → □ Fashion. As far as fashion blogs for lesbians go, Qwear has it all.
Socially aware and inclusive of diverse body shapes and sizes, this blog boasts sections for formal wear, femmewear, shoes, vintage, hair, and casual wear, so it’s chock full of useful info for any girl. 13 Androgynous Tumblers You Need To Know About. 15 Best Fashion Blogs & Magazines, Hand-Picked for Queers. Hey my lovely stylish ladies of the Internet!
We have something really delightful for you today — a team effort! Our Style Editor Becky‘s Favorite Fashion Magazines/Websites AND our poster girl Brandy Howard (co-star of the hit vlog “Julie & Brandy in Your Box Office“)’s favorite fashion blogs! Fuck yeah fashion dykes. What other blogs should i be following, please advise @1 year ago Didn’t see any Carmen Kass on the site and thought you might be interested (this site I’m linking to doesn’t belong to me, I just was able to find the full editorial there) @1 year ago cultureunseen: Jenny Lynn Shimizu is a Japanese American actress, model and activist.
Duh (Source: cultureunseen, via femmestache) @1 year ago with 16567 notes. Face of fashion; Sheâs got the look / DIVA Magazine Lesbian Lifestyle. People crack jokes about dungarees when you mention the concepts of 'lesbians' and 'fashion' but for me, the big one was always blazers.
Blue blazers with brass buttons worn over crisp shirts, possibly with the collars turned up. A chunky lighter, a man's watch and a gait like Monty just returned from the Battle of El Alamein. Ah, those were the days. It is easy to understand why lesbians have abandoned their coded outfits of old. As Reina Lewis, a Professor in Fashion Studies at the London College of Fashion points out, the evolution of lesbian dress is inevitably related to what is happening in the mainstream.
The Triumph of Individual Style – part 6. With some facial asymmetry and wavy body side view contour added to the list of findings, let’s move on to chapter 5 and talk about scale.
Starting with bone structure, we’re looking at wrists and ankles and deciding if they are thin/small, medium, or thick/large. The larger the bone structure, the larger the scale. Also, your wrists and ankles may be of different scales (combination), and your total body size has no bearing on your bone structure scale (so a large woman may have small or medium bone structure and a small woman may have medium or large bone structure). The bone structure scale determines the scale of construction details, such as topstitching, ribbing, plackets, width of purse and shoe straps, and width of heels.
My wrist and ankles are quite narrow. Next up are facial features. The Triumph of Individual Style – part 5. We’ve looked at face and body lines, shape/silhouette, length proportions, and balance points. The Triumph of Individual Style – part 3. Having determined my face and body lines and shape/silhouette, I’m moving on to chapter 3 today – length proportions. The first part of the chapter is an explanation of the “easy to dress” body – basically a body eight heads long with a 3:5 ratio between the top of the body (above waist) and bottom of the body (below waist). Also explained here is the Golden Mean ratio and how it’s used in clothing.
On to discovering my own proportions: I taped a long sheet of tracing paper to the wall and had my husband mark the important points. The Triumph of Individual Style – part 2. Yesterday, we looked at line in the face and body. In today’s post we move on to chapter 2 – body shape and silhouette. Here is my crude representation of the six shapes in the book: The first two, rectangle and oval, are wide-waisted shapes.
The middle two, figure-eight and hourglass, are narrow-waisted shapes. The Triumph of Individual Style – part 2. The Triumph of Individual Style. Since being analyzed as a Bright Winter back in May, I’ve been focusing on bright colors. Mostly adding them to the stash, although I did make that one bright red cardigan, which I love. Carla Mathis: Voice quality, body movement and your style.