Behind the scenes footage of Ruby Rose at a recent photoshoot for FHM. SMOKIN’!
Ok, so I had a bit of a lightning bolt moment the other day. A great big style lightning bolt hit me on my way to work. Are you ready for it…… Peter Pan hats.
I’m totally serious. If someone could start making Peter Pan hats in a range of colours and fabrics, I will buy ten. And I will tell my friends to buy ten.
I found this image which is pretty close to what I’m hoping for.
You saw it here first.
Don’t you love it when a style comes roaring back into fashion and not only is it really cute, it’s ultra comfortable as well? You can’t really get more comfortable than boat shoes. And you don’t even need to own a boat!
I fell in love with them after seeing them on one of my favourite style blogs and hunted around for a month to find them. That was a week ago and they’ve made several appearances since! I paired them with my vintage MARCS drill pants, and thrift store retro t-shirt what I like to call my ‘professor’ jacket. Simply roll your cuffs and sleeves and you’ve got what my BFF described as ’80’s lesbian chic’. LOVE IT!
Available from traditional places like boating stores, pick up a more stylish pair from Topman and select from a range of colours:
Our favourite lesbian VJ-DJ-Model-Vegetarian, Ruby Rose, can now add ‘shit-hot designer’ to her long list of achievements, with the release of her new fashion label, Milk & Honey. And honey, she has done well!
It’s kinda hard to really analyse the clothes when the model is so smokin’ but try your best and let me know what you think!
Do you love Tegan and Sara inside and out? Well now you can wear your love on the front and back as well!
As part of their 2010 European Tour merch set, the lovely ladies have released this way cute t-shirt with Tegan on the front and Sara on the back. Hmm, that sounds nice doesn’t it? OK, maybe that was a little weird. But it’s a cute t-shirt and you all should buy it!
Right now, there’s nothing sexier than a cute girl wearing a bow tie. Something about the convergence of classic and modern style and the gender overlap that makes it the perfect fashion statement and understated accessory.
Although bow ties reappeared on catwalks late last year, this particular trend has really only started creeping into the lesbian fashion scene over the last couple of months. Paired with the classic black and white suit, worn with a plaid shirt or simply strung around your neck above a singlet, nothing says style like a bow tie.
Get yours online from American Apparel or Etsy, or from the men’s accessory section of your local department store.
Lesbians rockin’ the bow tie…
Quincey wears a bow tie, courtesy Elleni
Mackenzie Stone looking gorgeously chic