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Over the years we've gotten lots of qwearies about dressing androgynous for different body types. There is hardly any information out there about dressing androgynous for anyone who isn't skinny! This lack of representation is so damaging to people who identify as androgynous but don't fit into the mainstream androgynous body type. The current images are majority white, female ased at birth, with a more masculine leaning style, and we want to demonstrate that androgyny can take many different forms. Step-by-step we at Qwear are reclaiming androgyny for all bodies. We perused the internet for plus size androgynous fashionistas to share some tips on achieving their look.

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I feel anxious just thinking about the fact that my go-to navy blue silk button down is at the dry cleaner right now. I am a writer in Los Angeles and I usually sit in a back room with no windows with several other people and rarely see the light of day.

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I bike to and from work, and find that rolling everything is the best way to transport clothes in small spaces AND avoid wrinkles. It has a lot to do with button up shirts. I just need it all the attire. If you do it properly smooth out the fabric every time you give your pants a roll they should be pretty wrinkle free.

I feel strongly that any button up shirt — be it your favorite flannel or your most expensive silk — looks professional with the top button done and the other buttons done tootucked into pants and with a nice belt. Know what I mean? However, I am very femme and live in one of the casual fashion conscious places in the US, so looking dowdy and like I just came from a mental institution is not the best way to present yourself in Hollywood.

I threw out the white shirt and wore all sorts of patterns…now where are those florals? Under Gabrielle's editorial leadership, Nylon became a fully digital brand with an ever-growing audience and original, politically-driven, thought-provoking beauty, fashion, music, and entertainment content. I like the iron idea for the future but not really workable for my business unfortunately. So my question is, what type of clothing should I wear to lesbian myself as power lesbian in Hollywood, but still be comfortable?

Seconded on the shoes. Header by Rory Midhani. This is possibly one of the best ideas Autostraddle has put out there. I work with all men and one ditzy blonde. Why, you ask?

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They were from Express and gray pleated so I thought that that made them business casual. My goal is to get you to be that person. Well, yes. The first one. Or, if you feel great about the things you wear, let me know so I can share that knowledge with the world. I spend a lot of time vest hunting. Any ideas you have for high school teachers in Texas aka cant look too queer but am really really queer I would appreciate.

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I always felt the best dressed amongst the scrubs everyone wore. Thank the GODS someone finally addressing this issue! I found wearing a belt ugh a nice complement to the pants and button down shirts from Patagonia in hemp or cotton the most durable.

They were also way more professional than anything I had worn during my college job at a well-known sex toy store. I am always amidst clothing crises for work, because well, I like to be comfortable and able to move around! Loved this! I mean, this thing is like a shelf. Keeps folding creases from forming, but could be a little bulky. Also depends on how fancy your clothes are. The point was that my bare legs were attracting attention because they were bare and it was a medical facility.

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Specifically my curvy parts. You can me at gabrielle autostraddle. Pants or skirts if you wear them can be rolled up. Lez do this thing.

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My first job out of college was at an abortion clinic. I keep a black blazer, a grey blazer and a charcoal sweater at work as well as my work flats. Specifically, the top button.

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My favorite, favorite overpriced basics come from essentially two places: Madewell and Everlane. And that difference is what this column is going to be about. My latest and most heartfelt wish besides touching Jennifer Lawrence inappropriately is dressing more professionally at work. I bought some palazzo pants, not too high-waisted, not tight at all, light material so good for summer.

My answer to everything would probably be high quality jeans, vnecks and blazers add appropriate level of bling. So excited for this! Gabrielle Korn used to be a contributing editor at Autostraddle. Because you deserve to be the best dressed homo in the office. Thank you. Any thoughts on this at some point would be helpful! It was summer and approximately one million degrees out, which was made worse by my fifteen minute walk to the subway. And my SO runs to work every day with a tiny backpack, so he just stuffs clothes in it, keeps an iron at work, and gives things a quick once-over with an iron when he gets there.

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That being said, this is infinitely more complicated than just having a go-to shirt. Another option is to keep some of suit jackets, etc, at the office and change once you get there. I wish I worked in an office and actually had the chance to wear fashionable things… I am a nanny, so I work at someones home, with a toddler….

Garment bag or similar, and then roll it?

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When you can afford new clothes, I want you to invest in some high-quality basics. These days, she's the author of "Everybody Else Is Perfect," a journalist, digital media expert, and the former editor-in-chief of Nylon Media, an international lifestyle publication focused on emerging culture. So I wore shorts. I might be, a little bit, but I personally have never had a good day while also not feeling good about how I look.

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I need all the inspiration I can get — especially for hot weather as it will be summer soon in D. Also in a similar vein, anyone have good advice on transporting fancy clothes to the office, people who bike and people who have long public transit commutes?

I just have to laugh and talk around it as much as possible at this point! And I never bring the blazers home, i get them dry cleaned in my building. Everyone looks hot and fabulously unique every single day and every outfit is more gorgeous than the next. Less professional than a knit sweater but more professional than a t shirt.

This could be a good combo with wrinkle releaser. Not the one that wants to die.

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My commute is a 2 mile walk each way. Depends on how authentically suit-style you want your vest. Everyone in this office does flats — the floors are polished concrete and the street outside is full of construction. My partner and I started a non-profit and are in the beginning stages of networking not that you ever stop networking. I struggle with clothing crisis every day.

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Ah- I need more of this article! Mainly I want to figure out a magic strategy to bring my suit jackets and shirts with me on the the walk to change into at work and not have them be super wrinkled. Loving this already!

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She lives in Brooklyn. My sister keeps her work heels at the office and wears sneakers to and from. Your mileage may vary.