What The F#&%ion!?
No way, no how can we as a society allow for men to dress in women’s clothing while being a straight man. Leave our closets alone unless you’re hiding in it for reasons we shouldn’t know about.
Femme fashion for men is not cute and most certainly is not sexy.
Or more like exhibit 1, 2, 3, and 4–
What in the fashion world is this monstrosity of crap!? In no shape or form should a man be wearing floral print even if it was to save his life. Especially when you’re wearing a short skirt to show off your skirt, haha.
Nor is a jumpsuit okay to wear. Don’t even think about it fellas!
It may have taken us some time to accept the pink on you men, but this is where we draw the line.
If you’re not into men then this outfit right here is not going to get you any straight women. However, step into the disco life of fairies and you’ll definitely get hit on.
How cute!!! His and Hers matching outfit!!! NOT. This is beyond wrong on so many levels– a level that no one should ever step foot in. The outfit isn’t even cute on her.
Note to men, boys, gentlemen, please stop dressing like us women, we want you to understand us, but there’s a right way to do it instead of shopping in our closet.
JSKJun 27, 2015 at 10:14 am
Yes they maybe colourful and flowery (call it what you want) but it’s still part of men’s fashion. And don’t even think that this clothing trend is women’s because none of them even wear a dress or a skirt. I don’t see how this whole thing is feminine. There’s nothing feminine in this line of fashion (especially when considering that women shouldn’t be wearing pants at all). So seeing men dress up like this can be a small sample of men’s fashion gone bad. But saying that this is a feminine stuff is completely BS.
BetsyJun 27, 2015 at 1:19 pm
And that’s where difference of opinion comes in 🙂
Trish DunnMay 23, 2013 at 2:24 pm
You’re too funny. I’m with you. Weren’t they embarrassed to strut their stuff in femme garb? But look at all the pretty flowers!!!!
BetsyMay 24, 2013 at 10:20 am
lol! Pretty flowers until they wore it—