How do you dress?

TheirPet TheirPet
I know that gender identity can sometimes flavour how you dress, but since I identify as neutrois/androgynous I find it a bit difficult to express myself through fashion, especially since fashion tends to be so gender-binary.

Lately, I've settled on traditionally men's clothing (button ups, french cuffs, ties, etc.) with traditionally female patterning/ colouring or accessories (i.e. floral prints, pastels, loads of pink, dangly diamond earrings). Others have described my wardrobe as 'genderf*ck' but it left me curious. What do you dress like to express yourself?

Whatever your gender is, do you express it through your clothing? Do you find yourself liking stuff that you "shouldn't" according to the societal norms?
11/28/2012
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hanjonatan hanjonatan
i just dress in fairly traditional/conservati ve/neutral men's clothes. i don't think that has anything to do with my being trans, i think that's just because i'm the kind of guy who doesn't really want to stand out much in terms of how i dress. and i have a certain style, obviously, like anyone, but there's nothing remarkable about it in terms of gender or whatever. but i'm binary/transsexual, so i might not be the sort of person whose opinions you're looking for.
11/28/2012
bog bog
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Originally posted by TheirPet
I know that gender identity can sometimes flavour how you dress, but since I identify as neutrois/androgynous I find it a bit difficult to express myself through fashion, especially since fashion tends to be so gender-binary.

Lately, I've ... More
i consider myself genderweird. i look like a bearded lady, so no matter what i wear, peoples' reactions around me seem to think it's the wrong thing. i have to dress up sometimes, but they let me get away with a black button-down shirt, black jeans, and black boots.

sometimes i get mad at myself for liking something 'girly' even though i (try to) fully accept that being genderweird means accepting all faces of my gender, even the ones like me at age 6. it's funny. i'll feel like it tricked me, somehow, into liking it.

people often have no idea how to deal with someone outside the gender binary, especially someone who intentionally fucks with gender.
11/28/2012
needapacker needapacker
Quote:
Originally posted by TheirPet
I know that gender identity can sometimes flavour how you dress, but since I identify as neutrois/androgynous I find it a bit difficult to express myself through fashion, especially since fashion tends to be so gender-binary.

Lately, I've ... More
I'm a guy and i dress as such. Nothing out of the ordinary.
11/28/2012
GONE! GONE!
Rather boringly. T-shirts and jeans. I wear mostly black.
11/29/2012
Genderfree Genderfree
I wear a lot of reds and royal blues. Lots of t-shirts that don't show off my chest. I don't have money for anything "fashionable", but if I had a style going right now it would be preppy punk. Lots of apliques, leather, yet refined sweater vests, button up shirts, and slacks. Kind of opposites, I guess. I've started it going, but like I said, no money
12/02/2012
Suisei Suisei
Layers. My closet consists of a lot of basic tops in a solid colour which end up going under various styles and colours of cardigans and pullovers. My pants aren't particularly masculine or feminine looking, just basic jeans and solid-colour dressy pants. I love scarves and colourful socks.
I like to think my wardrobe is pretty neutral.

That being said, there are lots of things I'd love to wear if it didn't almost guarantee strange looks and possible insults.
12/02/2012
Genderfree Genderfree
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Originally posted by Suisei
Layers. My closet consists of a lot of basic tops in a solid colour which end up going under various styles and colours of cardigans and pullovers. My pants aren't particularly masculine or feminine looking, just basic jeans and solid-colour ... More
Colorful socks here, too. I have octopus socks, thunderbolt socks, stripy socks, every kind of sock you can imagine, I have it.
12/03/2012
lynn52 lynn52
I guess I dress like a regular everyday guy. I wear jeans and my boots with long sleeve shirts, thermals, or hoodies in the winter. And shorts with tennis shoes and t-shirts in the summer. I wear alot of graphic tees and warm shirts because the Midwest is COLD in the winter!
12/06/2012
Pink Kitty Pink Kitty
Pretty much how ever I feel... Though I am a "guy" according to my birth certificate, drivers license, ID, I do not dress as such. I dress like a girl. Usually a pair of jeans, boots, and a graphic shirt... (my favourite shirts are my Minnie Mouse, Ariel, Hello Kitty and Tink shirts)
01/10/2013
Kyle Hunter Kyle Hunter
i'm a jeans and t-shirt boy.
01/10/2013
Schattenstern Schattenstern
I love dressing in men's sweaters and dress clothes. It makes me feel super masculine like I'm from the '40s or something. It's great. I don't think I can ever wear women's clothing again other than if it were for a prank or truth or dare haha
01/11/2013
Soup Soup
Jeans and tshirts
01/13/2013
artist-eyes artist-eyes
I like to wear men clothing, that fits me right and looks good.
I like to wear any kind of shirts with design's on them.
01/14/2013
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