Several weeks ago, I featured three new butch-centered clothing companies: Fourteen, Saint Harridan, and Tomboy Tailors. Since then, I've heard about many related companies--some focused on masculine women, some not--but all geared toward queer women, and all worth knowing about.
4/3/2013 03:31:27 am
All of these companies are fantastic! One more great company left off this list is the lifestyle brand we represent. Shout out to you Butch Wonders for covering our community in such a fabulous way! https://www.hautebutch.com
11/11/2021 07:39:50 am
Looking for baggy jeans.
4/3/2013 11:45:23 pm
Wow and can I say sexy! I will be sharing this will all of my butch friends. Nothing is sexier than a dyke/stud/AG with style. #swoon
11/12/2016 06:56:09 am
Do you have magazines to show clothing?Any stores in Orlando FL
4/4/2013 04:37:45 pm
Finally! An Australian company!! Hopefully they keep expanding. No more shirts that are too tight around the chest.
5/27/2013 12:40:38 pm
These are great. Butch clothing companies are popping up all over the place. Also the folks over at queerbois.com are also venturing into clothing.
12/6/2013 04:31:07 am
This is so fantastic! Duchess Clothier in Portland, Oregon also happens to specialize in custom suits and separates for butches, from wafer thin to perfectly round, and everything in between! Thanks for posting this info!!
4/27/2014 04:31:31 am
Check out Butch'her Equality Clothing on twitter @butch_her_tm!
2/26/2015 03:18:06 am
hey big ups I'm stud fo lyfe and I rock all types of style in clothing I think this shyt is kool how we as a community have evolved from just the baggy look I love being versitale in the stud style everybody keep doing what u doing!
4/6/2015 12:37:58 pm
Anything that will work for big breasted Butch women?? Help? I wear men's dress shirts and ties to work but they are always too large because I have to buy bigger because my boobs are too big.
8/20/2015 07:54:20 am
What the hell is wrong with you gals? There's ALWAYS been a place for dykes to buy clothes, it's called the men's department! Grow up.
7/13/2016 12:10:03 pm
Are you really that dense or did you completely miss the entire point of this article? I can't believe I have to break this down for you Micky Mouse style! MENS shirts have narrow chests and hips(just like a MAN)but wide shoulders and they end up knee length to fit those two problem areas especially if you are curvy. MENS slacks or pants have narrow hips and make the front pockets flair out and the crotch puff out making it 100% obvious that It was not intended for unisex wearers. You would have to be rail skinny and over 5'8 with no hips or boobs to even semi wear men's clothes and have it look just "ok". So why don't you actually open your eyes and actually read the article before spewing your keyboard vomit all over the place. Here is my closing advice. Show respect for others the way you would like to be respected. Just because you disagree with someone or something, doesn't mean you must open your mouth. You always have the right to not share your disproval. Remember to always respect &
As a trans butch dyke man I am interested in clothing businesses in or around North Carolina or help with outfits and clothing choices that show a slight feminine side but with a very butch dyke attitude. About me 39 cismale but identify as trans butch dyke 5"10" not rail thin but not pleasantly plump 38b-c breasts. My butch husband tell me I have 80ies style. Looking to change it. Thanks to all and great articles, well written comments and a great group. Thanks
1/2/2020 08:03:46 am
Transdyke I am in the same boat as you. I live in Central North Carolina and I also want to locate clothing businesses that cater to a more feminine style that has a butch dyke edge to it. About me 45 cismale but identify as a trans male dyke 5”9” average size and weight 40 a-b breasts. My lesbian dyke wife tells me I have 70ies and 50ies style because of my love for bullet bras and corsets. I love the article and input from everyone. Thanks.
11/29/2017 01:40:48 pm
2/6/2018 03:39:56 pm
We're new and we're queer! Lesbian owned and designed by us in Melbourne, Australia - come check us out www.betweenthelinesclothing.com
Ursula Mack Humphrey
12/15/2019 10:58:19 pm
It is hard to find the right clothes to express myself. I am heavy so it's extremely hard
7/27/2020 05:56:34 pm
Kirrin Finch is a lesbian-owned clothing company in the US!
6/19/2022 07:01:12 am
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