$80 from Zara
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$17 from MisNopalesArt’s Etsy store
Maybe you remember the Butch Clothing Company from an interview with the owner a while back? Well, if you got excited about it like I did and then realized that you live somewhere on the west side of the Atlantic, I’ve got good news for you. They’ll be in NYC from January 21 thru the 25th holding fittings and consultations. For more infoor to sign yourself right up, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
$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
$70 from Lucky Brand
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.
I still don’t get the skinny jeans thing. Does that make me a bad fashion blogger? Probably. Nonetheless, I maintain that skinny jeans look bad on almost everyone. Instead, here’s a new cut from Levi’s that I really do like. Bootcut jeans that are low and slim on top and still had that great flair at the bottom.
$70 from Levi’s