Nautical is back ladies!
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!
boat shoes in the city
brown boat shoes
Available from traditional places like boating stores, pick up a more stylish pair from Topman and select from a range of colours:
Starboard Wash boat shoes $84
Brown leather boat shoes - $90
Anchor Canvas Boat Shoes $50
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.
classic bow tie style
American Apparel bow tie - $19
femme bow tie necklace - $15
Lesbians rockin’ the bow tie…
Quincey wears a bow tie, courtesy Elleni
Mackenzie Stone looking gorgeously chic