AfterEllen.com’s Fall Fashion Guide

Get the best fit: Laricks suggests you find a tailor. “My number one tip for queer women, especially those who lean toward a more masculine style, is to spend the time it takes to find a good tailor who understands your body and your aesthetic — once you have conquered this hurdle, he or she can teach you how menswear can be altered to fit a woman’s body,” she says. “It may cost you a little extra, but you will enjoy a perfectly altered piece for a lot longer than a less expensive one that just doesn’t fit your body. “


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