beauty and the tomboy

LGBTQ+ culture is a driving force in fashion

In honor of Pride, here are some exemplary fashion Tumblrs.

Qwear Fashion (@qwear)

Qwear Fashion aims to signal boost voices that are working to resist erasure in the LGBTQ+ community. You should check out (and follow!) the whole Tumblr, but we especially recommend the series on Exploring Make-Up as a Genderless Art Form. It’s a great read to match the great photography.

Allison “Ace” Graham (@shedoeshimfashion)

Allison Graham, also known as Ace, wants you to look at menswear in a different light. She’s part of a movement that is slowly getting more and more companies to approach traditional male fashion with a unisex label. And she looks friggin amazing while doing it.

Studio Prokopiou (@prokopiou)

This Tumblr is like a make-out scene in the best horror movie you’ve ever seen. It’s sexy, it’s scary, and you want to see all of it. Lots of amazing drag queens and queer men posing in spooky alternative wear.

Tomboys (@tomboy-esque)

Calling all androgynous beauties! This Tumblr has opened their submission box to you. They post dozens of submitted OOTD photos. They feature tomboys, queer boys, androgynous gender non-conforming, non binary people—every style, gender, and sexuality descriptor under the sun. Don’t feel up to posting a picture of yourself? You can always follow it as a lookbook for fashion inspo.