$27 from Ames Bros
There’s yet another lesbain-owned clothing line! Founded in 2008, Seven Even is named after the owner’s nickname “seven” – 7 letters in the word “lesbian.” More than your generic “dip me in honey and throw me to the lesbains” shirts, these designs are both meaningful and attractive. So go get some gay!
$17 from Seven Even
This heavy wool jacket will keep you warm in style this winter, and you can choose the lining color to match your favorite tie or scarf. Plus, this coat is custom made to your measurements with free alterations.
$299 from Indochino
$100 from Altrec
$70 from Lucky Brand
These lovely shoes would be great for every day wear, or for business casual endeavors. And they’re made in Ethiopia with local materials by factory workers who get paid a fair wage. I just wish they weren’t so expensive – I’d already own 3.
$120 from Oliberte Footwear
If you’ve ever worked construction, firefighting, law enforcement, forestry, or any other job that requires sturdy clothes and specialized PPE you’ve probably realized that it’s not easy to find gear that’s gonna fit women, especially smaller women. Luckily, there is now a store in Brooklyn (and online) that can help you find woman-specific or smaller sized workwear and safety gear.
$10 for 2 from zenthreads’s Etsy store