Alright /fa/gs. I'm a dude. A 120 pound 6'1 dude. I really like women's Clothes. Would it be weird for me to actually wear them in public? Thanks.
Honestly tall boots for men are on the way.
Lucas foresaw this. Ride the wave.
You don't have to wear women's clothing.
Wear men's clothing that looks like women's clothing.
A friend of mine is a small skellington and he can't buy clothes for men. so he usually has to stick to the kids / womens section. I didn't notice it and after he told me that he buys mostly women clothes, I still don't notice it.
Depends on what you buy obviously. There's stuff that is pretty much unisex but def. not those boots.
Stay androgynous and you'll be fine. Like, sun dresses and skirts and high riding boots and other very female-focused clothing? No. Not only would it get you killed, it would also not be very /fa/. But Androgynous women's clothing, if you have a lithe build, can look pretty cute and different.
And you're gay. Congrats. We have it easy with this shit, because we dont have to care if grils want to fuck us. And some guys like it.
I mean, lots of things can be androgynous and very similar things can be too much. It's a spectrum, and I'd say use your judgement, but judging by those boots in the OP, your judgement isn't all that great.
Why don't you post something you might want to wear?
And I don't mean petite, I read you were 6'1, (I'm 5'11 and casually wear women's clothes sometimes too. It's all about subtle femininity), I just mean your shoulders can't be linebacker, your legs can't be tree trunks, your feet can't be hyooge. If they are... well, not *all* is lost, but most of it is.
>tfw small feet and hands
feels good mang.
Ok first thing I'd recommend lookig into any drag clubs or anything nearby if you really want to dive into full cross-dressing. It is fun, definitely, but it's not for the everyday. Unless you're trans. But that's a whole other can of worms.
Everyday in public you should really be looking at more androgynous styles. Both for fashion's sake and your own safety. Plus androgyny is always qt, while crossdressing is only sometimes. You do want to be qt don't you?
That said, give me both
I like to wear loose clothing, cropped pants, unisex shoes, and long-sleeve shirts to soften my man arms. If people can't gender you from behind then you're doing a good job dressing androgynously.
I really like this if I were to go full out.
>being a flamboyantly dishonorable faggot
OP, why don't you do your ancestors a favor and actually be a man.
And this maybe for androgynous looks
Black and white stripped tees are a great choice. I own this one by Alexander Wang and get a lot of compliments on it. The stripes are not black but more of a deep navy blue.
Both of those are really cute and both are probably andro enough for you to pull off tbqh. The major question is if your torso is thin enough for the shirts like the ones in your first pic, and if you can get a jacket that won't make your arms look disgustingly long. Your shoulders are probly broader then your average girls, and shirts will fit a little different accordingly. Jackets that are built to comfortably sit just past the wrist on girls will more than likely come up to almost your elbow on you. Find ones that don't do that, and don't go out looking like you're wearing a kid's outfit.
Go for it with caution, basically. And also potentially see a therapist to make sure you don't have any gender issues that you'll end up killing yourself over.
I totally want to see someone rock this fit.
>tfw i'll never be able to