i'm pretty comfortable in my clothes, and i feel like they're pretty andro in nature, but given my body it comes off really masc. just musing about how to play with that perception :)
i am amab. i do manual labor every day so i have a very athletic physique (broad shoulders and chest, narrow waist and hips) i'm oversensitive to clothing, i.e. i need to be able to squat, run, stretch and cycle in anything i wear.
rn everyday i wear slim jeans, a band tee, pullover hoodie, fleece vest if cold, hair in a bandana. canvas boots or birkenstocks.
given all that... how would you move that in a more androgynous/femme direction while keeping it extremely comfortable and practical? :)
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