A refusal or dislike to wear traditionally ‘feminine’ (feminine as defined by western society in this case) things is not always a rejection of femininity. For some it might be and that’s fine, but the act is not inherently rejection in and of itself.
Sometimes instead, it’s redefining femininity, to the shape that that person see’s the most accurate to themselves and to the word. This can also apply to masculinity.
Because at the end of the day words like Feminine and Masculine are merely concepts. You can define what they mean to you as you wish. However, whether others will agree with you, see it the way you see it, or even understand, that’s a whole other issue…