The death of sex segregated clothing can't come fast enough to suit me. I wear what I like I don't try to look like a man or woman My clothing is unisex.
Be careful though when you venture into clothing that some people think is for "women only"
I have found that there are girly girl types out there that are so cowardly that they are terrified to see any man stepping out of the protector / provider role that society has shoved off on us. These leaches are born parasites who are deathly afraid of loosing their meal ticket. They will do every thing they can to force you back into the role they think your belong in lest other men see you and start to do like you do. These women are the enemy of every man and woman alive as far as ever living in a civilized society that respects our individuality over our sex.
it means I would think he possibly is a cross dresser. and it depends on the cut/ colour as well I suppose.
do you mean metrosexual semi fashion with a slight feminine touch or are we talking authentic women's clothes? and is it daily or just for fun? that might give a clearer picture of what image you wish to project of yourself.
Prince does it all the time and I'm inlove with him (so is half the world) but it's harmless as long as you're comfortable. But you might have to find a "prima donna" type of lady because she'll understand quicker than a jeans and wife beater lady
that's the worse tip of guys ever I don't think girls would like it .it's just doesn't seem right to me and I really hate guys dressing like girls I saw one of them couple times I just couldn't keep staring
honestly I think they have some kind of women Hormones this is just my opinion
Well, if you're wearing skirts or dress tops it'd be UBER gay. If you like to wear tight clothes, I would try to dress scene/emo/artsy. Don't be a poser, just look at some pics to get an idea and DO NOT claim yourself as an emo/scene/artsy kid. A few dudes that are emo/scen or artsy, to give you and idea, are Christopher Drew, Mitchell Davis, Alex Evans, and Andy Sixx. Andy Sixx is more goth though, but has the emo-ish hair. Those are basically the only scenes/clothes you can wear and a girl won't think your gay. Oh, and avoid pinks. ..(PS, button up plaid shirts are pretty cool if you wear them with black skinnys and Vans shoes.) ..(PSS, skinny pants don't have to be skin tight to look emo/scene/artsy.)
I don't care, quite honestly. If my boyfriend started wearing girls clothing all of a sudden I might be concerned as to what prompted it, but being a bisexual it wouldn't make him any less attractive to me. Some guys look really good in girls clothing. I'd go for one if he was presented to me and I was single.