What are some female fashion ‘things’ you’ve adopted?

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    Rob
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    I dont know if I am the only guy that does this, but because I am very skinny I usually take all the extra clothing on my waist and just tuck into my back. I hope i don’t look weird.

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    bestmaokaina

    Apparently 30MM and 40MM boots are feminine and womenswear exclusive for lots of people so I’ll go with that

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    stumpdumb

    >I usually take all the extra clothing on my waist and just tuck into my back

    Wut?

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    hooverfixersuckerguy

    Skinnier fits in general. Drapey pieces that would be otherwise more structured if I had bought it in a men’s version (e.g. coats, button ups, etc). Funny straps and ties that dangle in places. Pussybow blouses. High heels. Basically 90% of the things I cop now are women’s tbh.

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    JerichoKilo

    Drapey scarves that are primarily for aesthetic vs heat yo neck.
    [example here](https://i.imgur.com/9X2zgiS.jpg)

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    gooberrrr

    Not necessarily feminine but I definitely still enjoy the skinny/slim jean and loose top silhouette. And wearing it with rolled up/bloused boots

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    theBenjamuffin

    Only semi fashion related but I’ve started wearing concealer under my eyes and on blemishes. It’s a for men brand (which allegedly makes it different) but honestly I feel so much better with it on.

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    Reactionnaire

    Probably 10% of my clothes come from the women’s section

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    bonelesslollipop

    [Groutfits](https://www.google.com/search?q=groutfit&tbm=isch) seem to be a mostly feminine thing that I’m wholeheartedly adopting. That and using beige/pale pink as accent colors.

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    the_straylight_run

    A willingness to explore drape, silhouette, and texture. And an appreciation of other people who do the same, even if I don’t like their style choices.

    I am determined to get beyond the idea that men’s fashion is just formulaic and utilitarian.

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    GodOfDonuts

    Those cardigans that extend below the waist

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    diegobarreto

    I would probably say wearing uggs in the winter, even though uggs were originally made for men *shrug*

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    afcanonymous

    Wait like… To give yourself a butt?

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