Or vice versa? To me it seems like clothing is more interchangeable these days. Guys are wearing jeans that are more fitted, shirts, sweaters, shoes that are the same as women's. (at least that is what I have noticed)
I have a pair of boots that you fold down so the fake fur shows, and the other day I saw a guy wearing similar boots, lol.
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Clothing is indeed becoming more androgynous, and I think it's one of the best stylistic changes in a while. We're starting to get men who care about style instead of hordes of baggy-panted T-shirt kids.
I don't really know where the whole "thick glasses" look came from, but there's also this growing trend of looking geeky, which is just blows my mind with awesome. Geek is starting to make a statement.
But hey, this is coming from a guy who thinks man skirts should make a comeback, and that men should get some sort of equivalent to a purse (it's just SO USEFUL).
Do I sound like an effeminate softy yet? Probably.
Like a flamboyant gay? I'd be flattered.
But I'm sick of trying to avoid the feminine at all costs for the sake of meeting some stupid "macho code". Guys need to have these conversations about what our identity REALLY is, so a standard most guys actually meet, rather than the classical heroic standard.
But as others had mentioned, there are limits. Heels should not be worn by men. Or women, for that matter.
I mean, I mention skirts, but you have to think more like leather skirts or kilts. I mention purses, but think more along the lines of side-packs. There's a sleek, streamlined look that works well for guys.
But in terms of where things are currently, I think it's awesome seeing guys wear stuff that fits. I don't see it as un-masculine, nor as feminine. I see it as sensible, practical clothing. And what's more manly than being practical?0