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This is a place to share and collect fashion advice from within the Qwear community. Qwear is a fashion blog for lesbians, queer women, transmasculine and genderqueer people, women with gender nonconforming styles, and anyone who can rock suspenders.

February 28, 2014 at 5:42pm

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Anonymous said: Hi! I've recently discovered this androgynous clothing store called veer! Just thought it might be of help to those who are wondering where to buy androgynous clothing, despite its higher than average prices.

November 17, 2013 at 10:42pm

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Anonymous said: Hey, do you all know of any blogs or resources/ have any advice for a non-binary amab person who wants to present more androgynously?

November 13, 2013 at 12:38pm

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iamnormaa said: So I accidentally bought a pair of pants that are a size too big (I don't know, I thought they fit when I tried them on) and I wore them a couple of times before buying them again in the right size. Anyway, since I can't return them I thought I'd just give them away to someone who wants them. They're skinny mini skimmer khakis by Gap in Navy, size 4, and the length is regular. I'm about 5'3" so regular fits at the right length. Inbox me if you want them. First come, first serve. US only, sorry.

Anyone?

November 10, 2013 at 5:38pm

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Anonymous said: any recommendations for (preferably queer-friendly) tailors in london? i've got a suit jacket which might need a fair bit of alteration.

November 6, 2013 at 7:44pm

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Anonymous said: Any UK queers with feedback about BHS/Matalan/Marks and Spencer & other UK places selling suits? I know Topman is highly recommended but I'm a student so I was wondering if any of the cheaper brands were equally good :)

7:44pm

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ieuphony said: I'm an awkwardly shaped, skinny, tall woman who inherited her father's lankiness. I'm 5"9" with chicken legs, a disorder called "no-ass-at-all," and fairly broad shoulders. Needless to say, shopping is a nightmare. I frequent the men's section at stores, but find it very difficult to find anything that fits. Women's clothing is impossible because I have no curves. I recently got some snazy Frye wingtips, and want some snazy clothes to match. Any tips on where to go?

October 17, 2013 at 3:32pm

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pearlgrl said: Any recommendation where to but jeans? Do you know how Abercrombie or American eagle jeans come out when girls wear it? Since I'm short :( I usually get short length jeans from girl's section. Do you have any recommendation to how I could get guy's pants that's not so long.

Check out The Qwear Masculine Pants For Wide Hips Round Up and Skinny Skater Style Jeans For Small Waists

July 18, 2013 at 2:29pm

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Anonymous said: i'm the anon meeting the parents: i dress in mostly menswear and i like my clothes to be a little loose fitting; not baggy, but not skin tight

Awesome! Okay, so Country Club makes me think preppy. Here are some submissions you might like for inspiration! Have fun and good luck :) - Sonny

School Teacher Prep
Lover Of Stories Part 1
Submission from kindahectic.tumblr.com
Submission from Imani

2:21pm

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Anonymous said: so i am starting college in the fall and i have to dress business casual for my business orientation class. I am trying to go for the gender specific look but still masculine look (if that makes sense). Any suggestions ? Please Help!

I’m not sure what you mean by gender specific, but these posts will offer inspiration! http://qwearfashion.com/tagged/work%20clothes - Sonny

2:18pm

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Anonymous said: I might have a job lined up, and their dress code is pretty casual. I still haven't exactly found my style, I'm a lesbian and I just feel more comfortable wearing guys cloths. I'm thinking most days I'd wear jeans and a polo or a button down shirt. Maybe a couple of v-necks here and there. But I don't want to wear sneakers, which is pretty much all I own besides flip flops. Any suggestions?

Here you go! (Affordable!) Masculine Shoes For Small Feet