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jonnyonthego is queering fashion

Discover 16 incredible fashionistas who are blurring the line and queering fashion, one outfit and Instagram snap at a time.

Starting from a young age, we are indoctrinated with the idea that a given piece of clothing is either for men or for women. But what happens when you identify as neither? An entire world of style, not limited by a strict binary, opens up.

We often talk about how fashion rules are made to be broken, but many of us stick pretty closely to society’s gender roles (and corresponding dress codes). These Instagram personalities have started breaking fashion’s rules by rejecting those gendered dress codes.

While we cannot make assumptions about their personal gender and sexual identities, these incredible fashionistas are blurring the line and queering fashion, one outfit at a time.

1. Azure Osborne-Lee

Azure rocks a playful black-and-white outfit, complete with amazing skeleton leggings. Super comfy and wearable but with bold graphics. Perfect for any gender — or none at all!

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2. Jonny of jonnyonthego

Jonny is a multi-culti genderfluid blogger from Miami. They mesh incredible looks, perfect eyebrows and great nails.

3. Brianne Huntsman

Salt Lake City, Utah-based femme boss Brianne Huntsman channels James Dean with this sexy leather jacket and a killer set of shades.

4. Marquis Neal

Marquis Mode’s femme gothic minimalism is high fashion and accessible no matter how you identify. Check out this model and makeup artist’s blog for tons of inspiration!

5. Alena S

Alena lets their shirt do the talking, informing the world that “gender doesn’t define me.” You can find this shirt available through The Connection on Big Cartel.


6. Style_Expert100

This polka-dot blazer and button-up look is great no matter what your gender identity is. This style expert shows us how to stay fab.


7. Ady Del Valle

Curves for days! Ady Dell Valle shows us that deep cleave isn’t just for women and binary femmes. With a contour worthy of the gods, this Boricua babe shows off their beautiful body in this denim look.


8. Xochipili The Flower Prince

Chicanx Instagram babe Xochipili shows off their revival of high-school trends, which are still cute as can be!

9. Natalie Coblentz

Creative badass and two-spirit Natalie Coblentz is the epitome of casual dapper cool.

10. Dexrated’s Dexter Mayfield

There are no words to adequately describe how amazing this look is and how incredibly well-executed this runway walk — nay, performance — was. Dexrated’s Dexter Mayfield is a QUADRUPLE threat: dancer, actor, choreographer and plus-size/brawn model.

11. Becca/TruePhoenixx

Becca rocks skater bae looks and shows that they’re for everyone with these easy-to-wear androgynous pieces. The 22-year-old genderfluid Instagrammer blends casual dapper and skater cool with this button-up look.

12. A Bear Named Troy

Troy Solomon makes us want bear hugs. This plus-size fashionista is a magical furry unicorn of fashion, humor, color and general good taste. We <3 Troy!

13. Poetic Aspekt

Poetic Aspekt shows off a mashup of styles uniquely their own. Mixing a bit of retro fur glam, Americana and ’90s athleisure, this look is super-unique and bad-ass.


14. D Ghramm

D Ghramm’s ASOS look is the perfect androgynous look for any body, any gender and any identity.

15. Nikki Padula

We’re totally here for fashion designer Nikki Padula’s mesh of patterns and styles. That sweater clip used at the collar is an amazing touch.


16. Dennis Bijleveld

Nonbinary fashion designer Dennis Bijeveld shows off a throwback mashup of Spice Girl meets punk with this outfit.


Laurel Dickman is an intersectional feminist, plus size model, stylist, and fat activist that can also be found via her blogs, Exile In Dietville and 2 Broke Bitches. She grew up in the south between Florida and North Carolina, migrating to the Portland, OR in 2005. All three places inform her perspective of the world around her a great deal. While in Portland, she worked with the Alley 33 Annual Fashion Show, PudgePDX, PDX Fatshion, Plumplandia, and numerous other projects over the near decade that she was there. In August of 2014, she moved to the Bay area with her partner, David and trusty kitty, Dorian Gray. She continues her body positive and intersectional feminism through various forms of activism, fashion, photography projects, and writing from her home in the East Bay. She can be reached at laurel@wyvmag.com and encourages readers to reach out to her to collaborate!

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