Tag Archives: queer clothing

Marketing androgynous clothing: language choice

When I started developing the line I hope to launch to launch next fall, it had a target audience of exactly one–me–so, by default, it was a womenswear line. (Edited to add on 7/16/13: It’s happening! It’s called Scout’s Honor … Continue reading

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Menswear-style shirts out of Australia!

Warning: numbers ahead. A couple weeks ago, DapperQ posted about another new designer doing menswear-style shirts cut for women. They’re called Kreuzbach 10, and they’re in the midst of an Indiegogo campaign that ends Nov 14th. Interestingly, the DapperQ promotion … Continue reading

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Lots of little things

Over the last couple weeks, I’ve been working on lots of little things. The big news is, I wrote a guest blog post for Qwear, a fashion I blog I discovered while doing research for my business class. The post … Continue reading

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Found! Tomboy / androgynous / genderqueer clothing upstarts

Update, 7/17/13: Now I can add my own to the list! I’m starting a line of clothing for tomboys called Scout’s Honor Clothing Co. I hope you love it as much as I do. Lesson of the week: Google is … Continue reading

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Where do tomboys shop?

I’m taking a class called Creating a Garment Business, which I’m really excited about, because, um, I’d like to create a garment business. For our first assignment, we had to do an overview of a product line we’d like to … Continue reading

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