Originally Posted by Master-Classter
hmmm, where are you located?
guys like Dior are really best known for their androgenous looks, and many of the japanese designers will fit very small and slim, but their aesthetics may not be to your liking (often dark, drapey, think goth meets ninja).
there are a number of higher end designers who do this sort of thing, so look into the likes of D&G, Prada, Dior, etc.
if you can be more specific about the lifestyle you have and types of clothes you want or even post pics of certain looks that you like then we can be more specific on the types of stores, items, etc.
based on what you're pictured wearing (is that a picture of you?), you look more into the layered gym bunny sweatpants look...
check out some of the major blogs too like thesartorialists for ideas of pieces you want to get
I am in Portland, OR =)
My lifestyle... well that's sorta complicated I suppose. I work a lot in a semi-professional setting, with lots of freedom around what I wear,. I want to develop a look that sorta heightens my feminine features but also allows me to be seen as male... basically androgynous. Androgyny is really popular here =) I know I will need to cut a lot of my hair off, but I'm fine with that... I'm just sorta tired of being seen as a woman.
That pic in the sweats was just a fun day I was having with my girlfriend... we wanted to dress up like we were living in the 80s.
I really like the way that Andrej Pejic dresses, although he tends to greatly favor a feminine look. I also really like Daniel Johns, he always has such a nice look... he has sorta an effeminate boy look with his makeup, but he dresses the part of a man.
I think I could pull off a similar look as Daniel if I gained about 10 lbs and cut my hair. However, I can't grow facial hair anymore =( I had it laser hair removed years ago, so I am stuck clean shaven. This was for a photoshoot I did around 3 years ago, at the time we just ripped the sleeves off of a woman's button up shirt to create the look. I am thinking of going back to something like this, but something to better reflect my age too (I am 26)